A collision involving a tractor and two trucks took place Friday morning in the area of Vye and Marion roads in southeast Abbotsford. (Dustin Godfrey/Abbotsford News)

Two trucks crash in Sumas Prairie in Abbotsford

Incident occurred Friday morning and left a truck in the ditch along Vye Road

A trucks ended up in the ditch following a collision Friday morning in Abbotsford.

The collision took place at about 8:40 a.m. in the area of Marion and Vye Roads in southeast Abbotsford, an area that has seen a large amount of crashes.

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Emergency workers could be heard saying that a driver had suffered a “pretty serious eye injury,” and an ambulance quickly left the scene.

One tanker-type semi-truck with two trailers was seen in the ditch, with the second trailer appearing detached from the first trailer.

Another truck, a flatbed, was seen with damage to the front passenger side of the fender.

The extent of any injuries is currently unknown.

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Two trucks ended up in the ditch following a collision, which also appeared to have involved a tractor, on Friday morning at Vye and Marion roads in Abbotsford. (Dustin Godfrey/Abbotsford News)

Two trucks ended up in the ditch following a collision, which also appeared to have involved a tractor, on Friday morning at Vye and Marion roads in Abbotsford. (Dustin Godfrey/Abbotsford News)

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