No serious injuries in Allen Street collision
There were no serious injuries Wednesday afternoon from a two-vehicle crash on Allen Street, the same intersection where two cars collided just two days prior.
Charlottetown police responded to the collision shortly after 2 p.m. at the intersection of Allen and Upper Prince streets.
The circumstances are still under investigation, but police say it appears a 1995 Chevrolet Lumina van turning off Upper Prince Street failed to yield to a 2012 Toyota Tundra travelling along Allen Street.
Island EMS also attended the scene and treated one woman for minor injuries.
On Monday, another twovehicle crash at the same intersection resulted in both cars coming to rest in the parking lot of Upstreet Craft Brewing.
A witness told The Guardian one of the vehicles ran two stop signs on Upper Prince Street before crashing into the front of another vehicle on Allen Street.
Despite two crashes in the same place in the span of three days, police said there are no concerns about the intersection being a danger. They said more visitors can lead to more traffic and more accidents during the summer.
A truck and a van collided Wednesday afternoon at the corner of Allen and Upper Prince streets in Charlottetown.