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1 Man In Critical Condition After Collision Between Truck, Minivan And Bus In Surrey

Darpan News Desk, 18 Feb, 2020
  • 1 Man In Critical Condition After Collision Between Truck, Minivan And Bus In Surrey

SURREY, B.C. - RCMP say a driver is in critical condition following a three-vehicle crash in Surrey, B.C., that closed roads Sunday night.

 

Mounties say in a news release that a grey pickup truck was heading south when it collided with a white van and a small privately owned bus.

 

They say the man driving the pickup was taken to hospital in critical condition.

 

The three occupants of the bus and five occupants of the van received either minor injuries or no injuries.

 

None of those drivers or passengers went to hospital.

 

The RCMP says impairment and speed have not been ruled out as contributing factors in the collision.

 

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