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Van towed after 1 a.m. crash

At 1 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 19, a white Ford Econoline van got stuck on Leigh road when it failed to negotiate a corner and became high-centred on a rock. Langford Fire Rescue and the West Shore RCMP responded, the van was towed and the driver is currently under an impaired driving investigation.

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