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Langley's Mufford Crescent closed after pole damaged

  - Dan FERGUSON / Langley Times
— image credit: Dan FERGUSON / Langley Times

A semi-trailer truck that turned a little too tightly took out a power pole and forced the closure of Mufford Crescent in Langley on Monday morning (Dec. 5).

It forced the closure of Mufford Crescent to traffic between 204 Street and Glover Road for most of the morning, while BC Hydro crews worked to repair the damaged utility pole.

Power was cut to a number of local businesses and to the Township of Langley Civic Facility.

There were no reports of injuries.

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