Friday crash ties up busy Langley route

Five people were sent to hospital to be checked out, and a major Langley intersection was tied up for several hours after a crash late Friday afternoon.

The call came in at about 4:50 p.m. on Jan. 9 about a two cars crashing at the intersection of Fraser Highway and the Langley Bypass near Willowbrook Shopping Centre.

Four people were in one car and one person was in the another.

Langley City Fire Rescue chief Rory Thompson said one female passenger had to be cut out of a car.

The City fire department required a total of 17 members and two engines to handle the situation. Traffic in the region on the Friday evening was congested for a few hours as the people were helped, and the crash was investigated and cleaned up.

Fire officials reported that, while everyone involved was taken to hospital to be checked out, there appeared to be no serious injuries.


Langley City Fire Rescue
Langley City Fire Rescue photos from the crash on the Langley Bypass and Fraser Highway. – Langley City Fire Rescue

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