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Woman seriously injured in 232 Street crash

A collision between a semi-trailer truck, a small sedan and an SUV occurred at around 11 a.m. on Tuesday at 232 Street and 72 Avenue, on the north side of the Highway 1 interchange.  - Natasha Jones/Langley Times
A collision between a semi-trailer truck, a small sedan and an SUV occurred at around 11 a.m. on Tuesday at 232 Street and 72 Avenue, on the north side of the Highway 1 interchange.
— image credit: Natasha Jones/Langley Times

A 21-year-old Langley woman was airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after her small car was struck by an SUV that ran a stop sign at the intersection of 72 Avenue and 232 Street on Tuesday morning.

Around 11 a.m., a westbound SUV, after failing to stop at a stop sign, collided with with the victim’s southbound Mazda which then hit a parked dump truck, said police.

The two female passengers in the SUV were transported to a local hospital with minor injuries while the driver was uninjured, said police. The driver of the dump truck was not injured in the collision.

The 21-year-old airlifted to hospital is in serious condition with non-life threatening injuries.

The Integrated Collision Analysis Reconstruction Service attended the collision location to assist Langley Traffic Services with the investigation of this collision.  No violation tickets have been issued at this time.

Anyone who witnessed the collision and has not yet spoken to police, should call Langley Traffic Services at 604-532-3200.

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