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It was a bizarre day on the streets of Victoria on Wednesday, after several collisions were reported across the city – with two crashes standing out in particular.

In the first incident, at approximately 4:10 p.m., two vehicles struck each other at the intersection of Douglas Street and Chatham Street, causing one vehicle to roll over onto its side.

According to VicPD, non-life-threatening injuries were sustained in the crash that did not require hospitalization. Both drivers were treated for their injuries on scene by emergency health services.

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Police say that both drivers were wearing seatbelts and there is no indication that alcohol or drugs were involved in the collision.

The exact cause of the crash is still under investigation.

See also: Downtown Victoria traffic affected by Wednesday rollover crash

In the second collision, two people were sent to hospital following a three vehicle crash later in the day.

Just before 9:30 p.m., police were called to a three vehicle collision involving two cars and a truck at the corner of Hillside Avenue and Belmont Avenue.

According to VicPD, two people involved in the crash were sent to hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.

See also: Section of Hillside Avenue closed following multi-vehicle crash

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Since then, one person has been released from care while the other individual remains in hospital for treatment.

Police say that drugs and alcohol are not believed to be factors of the crash, though driver inattention may have contributed to the collision.

The cause of the crash is still under investigation.