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Police look into Willoughby forklift crash

Langley RCMP and other emergency service personnel helped a 22-year-old man get out of a forklift, after it crashed Monday night. The crash occurred on a construction site in Willoughby, near the corner of 80 Avenue and 208 Street.

The circumstances of the crash aren’t clear, but it appears several young people were joyriding in the machine. It tipped over, pinning one young man by the ankle. He was taken to hospital.

Police are investigating.

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