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Two injured in 'serious' South Surrey crash

An RCMP officer examines a semi truck after a crash at 24 Avenue and 176 Street Wednesday morning. - Tracy Holmes photo
An RCMP officer examines a semi truck after a crash at 24 Avenue and 176 Street Wednesday morning.
— image credit: Tracy Holmes photo

Two people were transported to hospital with serious injuries Wednesday morning, following a crash at 24 Avenue and 176 Street.

Police say the collision between a four-door sedan and a semi occurred around 7:45 a.m.

At the scene, damage to the semi's front passenger side was visible. The car had significant damage to its passenger side. Impact of the collision sent it into a traffic light in the intersection's northeast corner.

The victims were taken to Royal Columbian Hospital.

Traffic is being diverted around the intersection – 24 Avenue is closed between 168 and 180 Streets; 176 is closed north of 20 Avenue and south of 26 Avenue.

Investigation is ongoing.

 

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