Traffic is not getting through on 264 Street north of Highway 1 and 56 Avenue at noon on Thursday, as a tree has fallen down across the street near 58 Avenue. The heavy rain has caused a number of traffic issues in Langley Thursday. Drivers were forced to detour on side streets.

Fallen tree closes down 264 Street

264 Street north of Highway 1 is closed due to a tree that has fallen across the road

  • Jun. 20, 2013 6:00 p.m.

A fallen tree has caused closure of 264 Street north of 58 Avenue. Power is also out in the area, as the tree fell over power lines. There have been numerous delays on Langley streets today, notably on Highway 1.

Meanwhile, drivers were finding it impossible to go east on 56 Avenue from Gloucester Industrial Estates, as Abbotsford Police had the road closed as part of the investigation of a January 2012 murder. See for details.

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