A man appeared to be seriously injured and was being fed oxygen by two firefighters, while a distressed woman (right) was placed in the back of a police cruiser. Patrick Penner photo.

A man appeared to be seriously injured and was being fed oxygen by two firefighters, while a distressed woman (right) was placed in the back of a police cruiser. Patrick Penner photo.

Update: 2 patients transported to hospital after 4-vehicle crash on Cedar Street in Mission

Cedar Street is no longer blocked by emergency crews

UPDATE: Two patients were transported to hospital in stable condition, according to BC Emergency Health Services.

Cedar Street is no longer blocked by emergency crews.

Emergency crews are currently at the scene of a four-vehicle crash on Cedar Street in Mission.

The crash was reported over emergency scanners at approximately 8 a.m., just north of the intersection with 14th Avenue. Emergency crews are currently blocking all lanes.

A man who appeared to be seriously injured was being fed oxygen by two firefighters, while a distressed woman was placed in the back of a police cruiser.

Two of the vehicles made contact in a T-bone collision, another vehicle appeared to have crashed into their rear, while a fourth damaged vehicle sat approximately 30 feet south of the T-bone crash.

The Record has reached out to BC Emergency Health Services for more details.

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Patrick Penner photos

Patrick Penner photos