Classic car crashes in Langley Tuesday evening

Global TV is reporting a serious crash in Langley Tuesday evening.

They’re reporting that two people were taken to hospital after a single vehicle crash this evening in rural Langley.

A red and white classic car landed in the front yard of a property at 238th Street and 54A Avenue.

It’s believed the driver of the car lost control coming down the hill, rolled, and then flipped the vehicle.

Witnesses told Global TV that at least one person was ejected from the car. It’s believed one of the suspects suffered life-threatening injuries and was airlifted from the scene.

RCMP have yet to be reached for comment.

The second occupant was taken to hospital by ambulance.

• Stay tuned for more information on this crash in the online and print edition of the Langley Advance

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