Crash sends two to hospital

One of the vehicles may have run a red light, police say.

A 21-year-old may be facing charges after a crash that sent another driver to hospital by Air Ambulance on Dec. 1.

Just before 8 p.m., the driver of a Subaru Impreza was driving north 264th Street at 56th Avenue.

A Toyota Tacoma heading east crashed into the Subaru, said Cpl. Holly Largy, spokesperson for the Langley RCMP.

Witnesses told police that the light had been green for northbound traffic. It was heavily raining and dark at the time of the crash.

The man driving the Impreza was taken to hospital by helicopter and is now in stable condition.

The man behind the wheel of the Toyota was taken to hospital by ambulance with minor injuries. Neither driver had any passengers in their car.

Both vehicles were towed and will be given mechanical inspections, Largy said. The Tacoma driver could face charges.


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