A collision involving a car and an SUV saw one person transported to hospital Monday afternoon near the intersection of Willowbrook Drive and 196 Street in Langley. (Tammy Berry/Langley Advance Times)

Crash sends one to hospital in Langley

Car and SUV collide

A crash involving a car and an SUV sent one person to hospital Monday afternoon in Langley.

It happened shortly before 3 p.m. near the intersection of Willowbrook Drive and 196 Street.

The SUV ended up flipped on its side.

An eyewitness said the driver of the car, a woman, was taken to hospital.

Her injuries were described as minor in the police report of the incident.

Occupants of the SUV were shaken up, but otherwise uninjured.

No tickets were issued because it was unclear which vehicle had the right-of-way when the crash took place.

Traffic through the area was restricted while crews cleaned up leaking fluid from the damaged vehicles.

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(Tammy Berry/Langley Advance Times)

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