Crews have 200 Street closed to traffic in both directions between Fraser Hwy and 56 Ave. (Ryan Uytdewilligen/Langley Advance Times)

UPDATED: 200th Street reopens after townhouse fire in Langley

Police are letting traffic through again along 200 Street

Fire crews and police have opened up 200th Street in Langley – in both directions – between Fraser Highway and 56th Avenue Sunday morning.

Crews responded to a call around 11 a.m. with reports of a possible townhouse fire.

Smoke could be seen rising from the complex in the 57A Avenue area.

That stretch of 200th Street was closed to traffic in both directions while crews dealt with the call.

• more details to come

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