Eastbound traffic on the Langley Bypass was restricted between Fraser Highway and 200th Street Tuesday morning (May 12th) while accident investigators examined the scene of a crash. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

Eastbound traffic on the Langley Bypass was restricted between Fraser Highway and 200th Street Tuesday morning (May 12th) while accident investigators examined the scene of a crash. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Section of Langley Bypass closed eastbound after cyclist struck

Incident on Trans Canada Highway between Glover Road and 232nd Street is clear

A cyclist was struck by a vehicle early Tuesday morning on the Langley Bypass.

Two paramedic crews were dispatched to the Langley Bypass where one person was transported to hospital in serious condition, Sarah Morris, a media spokesperson with BC Emergency Health Service told the Langley Advance Times.

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RCMP believe the cyclist was crossing the road at an unmarked crossing when the collision happened around 4:27 a.m., said Cpl. Holly Largy, media spokesperson with the Langley RCMP.

While crews investigate traffic on the Langley Bypass eastbound between Fraser Highway and 200th Street was restricted.

The westbound lanes remained open to traffic.

Expect delays in the area.

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Meanwhile, a single vehicle rollover on Trans Canada Highway between Glover Road and 232nd Street first reported at 2 a.m. is now cleared, DriveBC said around 8 a.m.

Two paramedic crews were dispatched to the scene, but no patient transportation was required, Morris said.


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Eastbound traffic on the Langley Bypass was restricted between Fraser Highway and 200th Street Tuesday morning (May 12th) while accident investigators examined the scene of a crash. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

Eastbound traffic on the Langley Bypass was restricted between Fraser Highway and 200th Street Tuesday morning (May 12th) while accident investigators examined the scene of a crash. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

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