Victim of Mission crash given first aid before air lifted

A Mission emergency personnel responded to a single-vehicular rollover. A 56-year old Osoyoos woman was airlifted to Royal Columbian Hospital after her vehicle flipped into a ditch that was filled with water.

Timely rescue

The local emergency personnel were requested to respond to east of Lougheed Highway and Nelson Street after the motorists witnessed an eastbound Subaru Legacy to go off the road on the north side of the road.

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The Mission firefighters and paramedics extracted the woman from the vehicle, given first aid care and transported to a healthcare facility with non-life-threatening injuries.

The Mission firefighters and paramedics extracted the woman from the vehicle, given first aid care and transported to a healthcare facility with non-life-threatening injuries. According to the police, neither speed or alcohol were contributing factors in the crash.

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