A two-car crash in the fog sent at least two people to hospital in Surrey Friday afternoon. (Photos: Shane MacKichan)

UPDATE: Two people expected to be fine after rollover crash in Surrey

Crash happened in fog at 104th Avenue and 141st Street and photos from scene show Jeep that had rolled over

SURREY — Two people are expected to be OK after being taken to hospital following a two-car crash in the fog on Friday (Dec. 8).

The crash happened at 104th Avenue and 141st Street at about 3:45 p.m. Photos from the scene show a Jeep that had rolled over onto its side.

Police say an 85-year-old man and 54-year-old woman were taken to hospital.

Both are expected to be ok, police said Monday morning.

On Thursday, Environment Canada has issued a fog advisory for Metro Vancouver, including Coquitlam, Maple Ridge, Surrey, Langley and Richmond and Delta.

Near-zero visibility in fog is expected or occurring, Environment Canada said.

And on Friday morning, flights to Vancouver International Airport from much of Vancouver Island were cancelled due to dense fog blanketing the eastern Island.

Environment Canada issued a fog advisory for east Vancouver Island from Duncan to Campbell River early Friday morning. The advisory states there is “near zero visibility” in the fog. It goes on to say the fog will likely persist through the afternoon and then become patchy Saturday afternoon.



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