Six people were hurt, including two children, in an accident the closed a portion of the Lougheed Highway during Wednesday morning's busy commute.
Dozens of emergency workers were called to the scene, in the 20900 block of Lougheed, with several fire trucks and at least six ambulances.
The accident occurred around 8: 20 a.m. and investigators were on scene for several hours.
An air ambulance was also called in, landing at the Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day of Saints parking lot on 207th Street, to take one person to hospital.
The six injured people were taken to various hospitals including Ridge Meadows, Royal Columbian, and BC Children's hospitals, said an RCMP spokesperson.
He indicated the none of the injuries received by the six people involved were believed life-threatening.