Police and fire responded to an early morning crash Saturday involving two trucks that took out a lamp standard on 203 Street near the new roundabout. (Melanie Andriesse/Special to Langley Advance Times)

Crash near Langley City roundabout snaps light standard

Two trucks involved in collision

A crash near the only roundabout in Langley City snapped a light standard and forced a temporary traffic shutdown in the area of 203 Street and 53A Avenue Saturday morning.

Two trucks, a U-Haul and a pickup, collided around 7 a.m.

There were no immediate reports of serious injuries.

More to come.

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A tow truck removes one of two trucks involved in a crash that took out a lamp standard on 203 Street. (Melanie Andriesse/Special to Langley Advance Times)

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