Charges possible against Langley Mountie following crash

The Independent Investigations Office has been looking into a 2017 collision.

A Langley RCMP officer might face charges after a collision between a police vehicle and a motorcyclist in 2017.

A woman suffered serious injuries in the crash on June 21 last year, according to a press release from the Independent Investigations Office, which investigates all injuries or deaths that involve police officers in British Columbia.

The director of the IIO has reviewed the file and forwarded a report to the B.C. Prosection Service to consider charges, said the statement.

It will now be up to Crown attorneys to determine whether charges will be laid.

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