The scene of the collision at Harvey and Dillworth. (Laryn Gilmour - Kelowna Capital News)

Collision on Harvey Avenue and Dillworth Drive

The road should be cleared up momentarily

A three-vehicle collision has taken place on at the corner of Harvey Avenue and Dillworth Drive.

RCMP are investigating the cause of the collision.

No serious injuries have been reported, but traffic has been slowed on Harvey heading south.

No tow trucks were required and the road should be cleared up momentarily.

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