A crash between a pickup and traffic control vehicle is causing backups along Glover and Springbrook Roads this afternoon. Troy Landreville Langley Times

Crash ties up traffic on Glover and Springbrook Roads

Second crash reported at 56 Avenue and 224 Street

  • Feb. 1, 2018 3:23 p.m.

Commuters who can avoid the area of Glover Road and Springbrook Road in Langley this afternoon will want to find a different route home this afternoon.

Traffic is tied up along the busy thoroughfare following a collision between a pickup and traffic control vehicle. Ambulance and firefighters are on scene.

There are also reports of a three-vehicle crash on 56 Avenue at 224 Street, with one vehicle in the ditch.

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