Three people were sent to hospital following a car crash on Old Clayburn Road on Wednesday night. (Kevin MacDonald photo)

VIDEO: One woman, two children rushed to hospital after Abbotsford car crash

Carbon monoxide poisoning suspected in east Abbotsford crash

A woman in her mid-20s and two children were found unresponsive and possibly suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning inside a vehicle, which crashed this evening (Wednesday) in east Abbotsford.

The trio were transported to hospital for medical treatment shortly after Abbotsford Police arrived on the scene in the 33700 block of Clayburn Road, just west of the Abbotsford-Mission Highway.

The Abbotsford Police Department is continuing to investigate the cause of the crash, and no further details have been released at this time.

Video by: Kevin MacDonald

More to come …

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