Traffic backed up westbound Highway 1 west of 216th Street after a vehicle incident was reported Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2020. (DriveBC)

UPDATE: Crews attend another incident westbound Highway 1 in Langley

Earlier incident west of 216th Street has been cleared

An earlier motor vehicle incident westbound Highway 1, just west of 216th Street in Langley has been cleared, but now crews are responding to an incident near 264th Street Tuesday morning.

A vehicle incident westbound Highway 1, west of 264th Street is blocking the right lane, according to DriveBC who reported the incident just about 10 a.m.

Drivers should expect delays due to congestion.

Earlier, Township firefighters were called around 8:30 a.m. to Highway 1 westbound just west of 216th Street for a report of a crash.

DriveBC warned drivers to “expect major delays and congestion” in the area as the right lane was blocked.

READ MORE: 216th interchange will open by end of summer

Story will be updated as details become available.


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