Emergency crews responded to a crash between a sedan and a station wagon on the evening of May 13. (Curtis Kreklau photos and video)

VIDEO: Langley crash scene Sunday night brought out lots of police

Witnesses on scene report two fleeing on foot from a vehicle.

Sirens late in the evening Sunday in Langley City were involved in a police incident that included a motor vehicle collision.

Around 10 p.m. on Sunday, emergency crews were called to 200th Street and 56th Avenue for a collision. A sedan and a station wagon were involved. Witnesses report a heavy police presence with both marked and unmarked RCMP vehicles.

Witnesses also reported seeing two people flee from a sedan. One person was found in the area of 198th Street and 55th Avenue.

The RCMP Police Dog Service, Surrey RCMP, and Langley RCMP were seen in the area.

 

Emergency crews responded to a crash between a sedan and a station wagon on the evening of May 13. (Curtis Kreklau photos and video)

Emergency crews responded to a crash between a sedan and a station wagon on the evening of May 13. (Curtis Kreklau photos and video)

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