Olympic streetcar collides with Jeep
A Bombardier streetcar collided with a Jeep in False Creek late Friday night.
Vancouver police say the Jeep was in the right-hand turning lane of Moberly Street approaching 6th Avenue shortly after 11 p.m. when the crash occurred.
The streetcar, one of Vancouver's Olympic Line fleet, was carrying roughly 70 passengers. None were injured.
The Jeep's two occupants were also unharmed.
Police closed down the intersection for about an hour to investigate, and streetcar service resumed after midnight.
The streetcars, which are on loan from Brussels, Belgium, are running free trips between Granville Island and the Canada Line Olympic Village Station until March 21.
The City of Vancouver has stated that the streetcar system could be made permanent after the Olympics, depending on funding.