Man taken to hospital after flipping Audi in Vancouver

One man was taken to the hospital after the car he was driving flipped early Sunday morning in Vancouver.

Police say speed and alcohol will be investigated as factors in the crash

Vancouver firefighters check out a car after the driver escaped a rollover with minor injuries early Sunday morning. (Rafferty Baker/CBC)

One man was taken to the hospital after the car he was driving flipped early Sunday morning in Vancouver.

The crash happened just before 1 a.m. on Quebec Street near E 1st Avenue.

The man was driving an Audi sedan northbound on Quebec when he struck a concrete barrier, according to police.

The driver was able to crawl out of the upside-down car and make it to an ambulance.

Police said his injuries appear to be minor.

Speed and alcohol will be investigated as possible factors in the crash, according to a police sergeant on the scene.

One man was taken to hospital with minor injuries after flipping an Audi in Vancouver early Sunday morning. (Rafferty Baker/CBC)

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