Car hits train in Langley, B.C., woman airlifted to hospital

Langley RCMP says a woman has been airlifted to hospital with life threatening injuries after witnesses told police her car failed to stop for a train at the railway crossing near 216 Street and Glover Road in Langley.

Langley RCMP says woman has life threatening injuries after her car failed to stop at railway crossing

Langley RCMP says the 49-year-old woman driving this car hit a train at the intersection of 216 Street and Glover Road in Langley,B.C. after failing to stop at this railway crossing. (CBC)

Langley RCMP says a woman has been airlifted to hospital with life threatening injuries after witnesses told police her car failed to stop for a train at the railway crossing near 216 Street and Glover Road in Langley.

Corporal Holly Mark says police were called to the scene shortly after 5 p.m. PT.  A 49-year-old woman was the lone occupant of the car.

The woman driving this car was airlifted to hospital with life-threatening injuries after hitting a train in Langley, B.C. (CBC)

The train is spanning three intersections at 216 Street, Crush Crescent and Smith Crescent where they meet Glover Road.

RCMP are asking anyone who witnessed the collision and hasn't yet spoken to police, to call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200.

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