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)

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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