Rollover on Wiltshire

A 20-year-old woman was not seriously injured after her car flipped on a residential street in Chilliwack on Thursday.

  • Jun. 26, 2014 11:00 a.m.

An RCMP officer investigates the scene where a 20-year-old woman flipped her car while travelling southbound on Wiltshire Street

Above, an RCMP officer investigates the scene where a 20-year-old woman flipped her car while travelling southbound on Wiltshire Street, just south of Stevenson Road on Thursday.

The woman was the only person in the Chevrolet Cavalier at the time. She was not seriously hurt, nor did she collide with anything else on the residential street.

Before the rollover happened, one witness said she saw the driver sitting in her car which was parked about a hundred metres north on the street. Moments later, the woman drove off and the witness heard a crash.

RCMP continue to investigate.

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