VIDEO: Cyclist airlifted to hospital after incident in South Langley Wednesday

The condition of a bicyclist is unknown after he was found in ditch off 200th Street late afternoon

A man was airlifted to hospital from South Langley late Wednesday afternoon.

A cyclist was found in a ditch in the 19800-block of 8th Avenue in Langley just before 5 p.m.

He was not struck by a vehicle but found in medical distress, confirmed Cpl. Holly Largy with the Langley RCMP.

A passerby stopped to assist, reportedly performing CPR on him until emergency responders arrived on the scene.

The man was considered stable in hospital as of 8 p.m. Wednesday.

The road was blocked off for some time, as Langley RCMP investigated the incident, but has since reopened.

• More information to come as it’s available.

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