VIDEO: Jeep-on-Jeep crash sends one to hospital in Langley

Vehicle leaves road, lands on top of another Jeep on dealership lot

A Jeep-on-Jeep crash required fire crews, ambulance and a tow truck to untangle early Saturday morning.

Around 1:30 a.m., Langley crews responded to reports of an crash at 196th Street and 60th Avenue at a Jeep dealership on the Surrey/Langley City border.

They arrived to find a Jeep Grand Cherokee had gone off the road and landed on top of a parked Jeep Wrangler in a car dealership lot on the corner.

Clover Towing was called in from their nearby yard and helped secure the unstable vehicle so that firefighters could extract the lone male occupant safely.

He was transported by ambulance to hospital with what appear to be minor injuries.

Photos and video by Curtis Kreklau, South Fraser News Services

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