The intersection of Sumas Way and Lonzo Road had the highest number of crashes in Abbotsford in 2017 (the most recent figures available from ICBC). That intersection had a speed camera added to its red-light camera earlier this year. (Google Street View)

And your top 10 crash sites in Abbotsford are …

ICBC stats list city’s most dangerous areas and intersections

Anyone who drives around Abbotsford is bound to come across a car crash on a regular basis.

But what areas and intersections have the highest frequency of collisions?

According to stats from ICBC for the year 2017 (their most up-to-date figures), these are the top 10 crash sites in the community:

• Lonzo Road and Sumas Way – 161 crashes in 2017

• Mt. Lehman Road on- and off-ramps to Highway 1 – 142

• Fraser Highway and Mt. Lehman Road – 114

• Whatcom Road on- and off-ramps to Highway 1 – 113

• Clearbrook Road and Marshall Road, and on- and off-ramps to Highway 1 – 82

• Clearbrook Road and South Fraser Way – 82

• Marshall and McCallum roads – 79

• Gladwin Road and South Fraser Way – 74

• Blue Jay Street and Fraser Highway and Livingstone Avenue and Maclure Road – 68

• South Fraser Way and Trethewey Street – 62

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