A driver was injured after their milk truck rolled over Friday morning south of Nelson. Photo submitted

Driver injured after milk truck crashes on Highway 6

The accident occurred Friday morning about two kilometres south of Nelson

A driver was injured after the refrigerator truck they were driving rolled over and crashed into a ditch alongside Highway 6 about two kilometres south of Nelson on Friday morning.

Nelson Fire and Rescue said in a statement the milk delivery truck damaged another vehicle and a telephone pole, while the Jaws of Life was also required to remove the driver who was then transferred to B.C. Ambulance Service.

No one else was injured in the accident.

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