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Truck crash closes 16 Avenue on Friday

A major east-west route in South Langley was closed for about 12 hours on Friday, as the result of a truck crash.

In addition to the road closure, there was a minor spill of fuel into the Little Campbell River. The crash took place near the river, between 200 and 208 Streets, in an area where the road winds down a hill.

Metro Vancouver, which operates Campbell Valley Park on both sides of the road, said the river was not affected by the spill.

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