Crash in Langley slows westbound traffic on Highway 1

Lanes have recently been cleared but cars are backed up past Bradner Road

Westbound traffic is slow along Highway 1 this morning due to a crash in Langley.

The crash occurred just before 264th Street and had the left lane blocked.

The road has recently been cleared but expect delays as cars are now backed up all the way to Bradner Road.

And the next incident is the report of a highway lane blocked in the area of 208th Street.

The rain continues through to this afternoon before it becomes dry but clowdy. The return of rain means tougher driving conditions, particularly when it’s dark.

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