A crash closed Lougheed Highway on Sunday.

Four injured in crash that closed highway in Maple Ridge

Jeep rolled on its side, Mustang in ditch.

  • Sep. 5, 2016 4:00 p.m.

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At least four people suffered injuries and were transported to hospital after a multi-vehicle crash that closed Lougheed Highway in east Maple Ridge for several hours late Sunday.

Around 9:45 p.m. Sunday, Maple Ridge crews responded to a vehicle rollover in the 25300-block of Lougheed Highway.

A Jeep had rolled onto its side and a Mustang was in a ditch.

At least four people suffered injuries and were transported to hospital in unknown condition, according to reports.

RCMP closed the highway for several hours while they investigated the collision.

 

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