Nine people, four cars, and two dogs in accident results in one fortunate ending


2021-12-21 15:44 PST

File # 2021-8042

On December 9, 2021, Squamish RCMP, Emergency Health Services, and Fire Rescue responded to a four car accident with multiple injuries on Highway 99 near Daisy Lake.

The accident started when a northbound car crossed the centerline and collided with a second car that was travelling southbound, then two additional cars also become involved. Two of the cars had people trapped inside with first responders extracting them. Two dogs from the second car were also in the accident, and were not injured.

Emergency Health Services took the driver of the second car, who sustained extensive injuries, to an area hospital by air ambulance for medical attention. Remaining people in the accident received medical care at local hospitals or medical clinics.

In total, nine people, drivers and passengers, were involved with the accident, and all survived. Three of the four cars were not driveable due to damage extent. While the police follow up continues, impairment is not part of the investigation.

Generally, we don’t receive many enquiries about car accidents, says Corporal Angela Kermer of the Squamish RCMP. But out of concern, a number of community members are wondering how people are doing, and we’d like to respect the kind hearts people have through our update.

Anyone with any information regarding any crime can contact the Squamish RCMP at 604-892-6100, or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS, or go to the website


Released by

Cpl. Angela Kermer

Media Relations Officer
Sea to Sky RCMP
Office: 604-892-6137
Cell: 604 848-4793


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