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Langley RCMP seek cyclist witness

Langley RCMP want to talk to a cyclist who may have spoken to a mom who is accused of drunk driving with her toddler in the back seat on April 19.

Police the believe the cyclist may have spoken to the woman after she caused a three vehicle crash and then got back on his bike without giving his name to the police.

A 29-year-old Langley mother, with her two-year-old child in the back seat, was caught driving three times over the legal limit after rear ending a car.

Langley RCMP were called to the three-vehicle crash in the 6200 block of Mufford Crescent around 1:30 p.m.

The investigation revealed that a 1999 Ford F150, with the toddler in the back, had rear-ended a 2007 Toyota FJ which was knocked into the rear end of a 2010 Toyota Matrix.

Fortunately, no one was injured as a result of the collision, however officers investigating noted that the driver of the F150 displayed signs of impairment, said police spokesperson Cpl. Holly Marks.

The driver was brought to the Langley detachment where she blew in excess of three times the legal limit.

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