Two people have died in a high-speed collision in Langley, B.C., police say.
The three-vehicle collision took place around 10 p.m. Saturday night near 216 Street and 80 Avenue.
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Brock Rayworth, a Langley RCMP Staff Sgt. and on-duty watch commander, said a Jeep SUV was travelling at an extremely high rate of speed heading eastbound on 80 Ave. when it clipped a BMW which was stopped in the intersection.
The Jeep then collided with a Hyundai head-on. The driver of the Jeep SUV and one occupant of the Hyundai were pronounced dead at the scene.
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BC Emergency Health Services said it deployed seven ambulances to the collision.
Another occupant of the Hyundai was transported to hospital and remains in critical condition, according to police.
Police believe speed and alcohol are factors in the crash.
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