A single-vehicle crash on the Outer Ring Road Wednesday evening sent one person to hospital with minor injuries.
Emergency crews responded to the scene at about 9:45 p.m.. The driver of an eastbound vehicle lost control and left the highway a short distance from the on-ramp from Team Gushue Highway. The car struck a sign post and rolled over in the ditch, coming to a rest on its roof.
Firefighters and paramedics helped the driver from the vehicle and to a waiting ambulance, where they were assessed before being taken to hospital with what were believed to be minor injuries.
Firefighters wrapped yellow tape around the car, a common practice used to tell motorists there is no one inside the vehicle and emergency services are aware of its presence.
Roads were wet and visibility was reduced at the time of the crash.