A serious crash involving a dump truck and a Toyota Camry took place Tuesday morning on Huntingdon Road. (Tyler Olsen/Abbotsford News)

UPDATE: Female driver airlifted to hospital following crash involving dump truck

Two vehicles involved in collision Tuesday morning in Abbotsford

A female driver was airlifted to hospital this morning (Tuesday) with serious injuries following a collision with a dump truck on Huntingdon Road in Abbotsford.

The crash took place just before 8 a.m. on a curved stretch of road just east of the intersection with Lefeuvre Road in southwest Abbotsford.

The woman was driving a Toyota Camry and was the lone occupant of the vehicle. The male driver of the dump truck and trailer was also the lone occupant, and his injuries were not severe enough to require hospitalization.

Sgt. Judy Bird of the Abbotsford Police Department said the collision is still under investigation and no more information is available at this time, including the cause of the crash.

Huntingdon is closed at Lefeuvre and Bradner Road, with traffic being detoured north.

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