Trampled down bushes show path of SUV that missed the Comox Logging Bridge Saturday night.

Vehicle misses bridge, ends up partially submerged in the Campbell River

The vehicle went down a steep embankment to the left of the Comox Logging Bridge

A vehicle ended up in the Campbell River after the driver failed to make the turn onto the Comox Logging Bridge around midnight Sunday morning, Campbell River RCMP said.

Two people suffered minor injuries when the ended up partially submerged in the river, Const. Jackelynn Biller said. The RCMP said the driver swerved to miss a deer.

The two occupants of the vehicle remained on the scene and declined medical attention The vehicle went down a steep embankment to the left of the Comox Logging Bridge. The vehicle, a 1996 Nissan Pathfinder, was towed from the river bank.

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