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A refrigerated cube truck tipped onto its side on the eastbound 232 Street freeway exit on Monday morning, and then caught fire. The resulting emergency caused huge traffic lineups on the freeway, with traffic at a standstill as far west as the Surrey border.  - Frank Bucholtz/Langley Times
A refrigerated cube truck tipped onto its side on the eastbound 232 Street freeway exit on Monday morning, and then caught fire. The resulting emergency caused huge traffic lineups on the freeway, with traffic at a standstill as far west as the Surrey border.
— image credit: Frank Bucholtz/Langley Times
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