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Car crash victim remains in critical condition

A woman injured in a car accident last Tuesday in Langley City remains in “critical but stable” condition in hospital, Langley RCMP Cpl. Holly Marks said Monday.

She was trapped in her white Honda Accord after a collision with a red Ford F350 pickup truck around 3 p.m. at 203 Street and Fraser Highway one week ago.

Her car demolished a portion of the railing surrounding the sidewalk patio of Me ‘n Ed’s Pizza; firefighters had to use the Jaws of Life to extricate her from the vehicle.

The woman was turning left when hit by the truck, witnesses told The Times.

Roads were closed around the crash site until about 10 p.m. last Tuesday.

Marks said last week that Integrated Collision Analysis Reconstruction Service investigators believe “both parties bear some responsibility for the collision.”

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