A three-vehicle crash at 200 Street near 66 Avenue backed up traffic during the Monday morning commute, closing northbound 200 Street to traffic and reducing southbound flow for a time. Miranda Fatur Langley Times

Crash closes 200 Street northbound at 64 Avenue

Three-vehicle crash cleared but traffic light knocked out by collision

Traffic is once again flowing along 200 Street after a three-vehicle crash closed the major north-south route for a time this morning.

Drivers headed toward the freeway along 200 Street found their way blocked at 64 Avenue because of crash at 66 Avenue.

The incident involved three vehicles, with one crashing into a traffic light control box at the intersection of 200 Street and Willoughby Way. Traffic lights at the intersection will be out of service until the control box is repaired.

Some feeder streets along 200 Street were also closed to traffic.

Two people have reportedly been taken to hospital — one with serious injuries, the other with minor injuries.

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