Stop light touted as ‘logical solution’ to crashes at Malahat intersection


A stop light at a crash-prone intersection on the Malahat is justified, says the commander of the region’s integrated road safety unit, on the heels of a B.C. Coroners Service report on a fatal crash there two years ago.

Gerald Ernest Loiselle, 64, was killed on July 7, 2014, when his southbound motorcycle, travelling at the speed limit on a downhill single-lane stretch of the Malahat, collided with a 2008 Hyundai Santa Fe.

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