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Truck flips on 216 Street

A truck flipped onto its side along 216 Street near 64 Avenue on Monday afternoon, causing traffic congestion in the area. The driver was taken to hospital by ambulance. After the vehicle was righted, it was towed out of the ditch, while Township firefighters stood by.  - Monique Tamminga/Langley Times file photo
A truck flipped onto its side along 216 Street near 64 Avenue on Monday afternoon, causing traffic congestion in the area. The driver was taken to hospital by ambulance. After the vehicle was righted, it was towed out of the ditch, while Township firefighters stood by.
— image credit: Monique Tamminga/Langley Times file photo
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