(Black Press file)

Fatality

Surrey police probe serious crashes, one fatal

Police want to talk to witnesses or anyone who might have dash-cam video

Surrey RCMP are looking for witnesses to an early morning crash that killed a pedestrian this morning on Highway 17 in Surrey.

The crash happened just after 6:15 a.m. in the intersection at Bridgeview Drive.

The highway is closed in both directions, with an eastbound detour at Old Yale Road and a westbound detour at 104th Avenue.

This was the first of two serious crashes in Surrey Wednesday morning. About 45 minutes later, a crash sent a motorcyclist to hospital with serious injuries in Whalley. Surrey RMCP it happened just after 7 a.m. near the intersection of King George Boulevard and 132nd Street. Police say a motorcyle crashed with a car that had four people inside. They were cleared at the scene.

Police looking for witness in serious motorcycle crash

Police in Surrey are looking for witnesses and dash-cam footage after a crash sent a motorcyclist to hospital with serious injuries this morning in Whalley.

Surrey RMCP say the crash happened just after 7 a.m. near the intersection of King George Boulevard and 132nd Street. Police say a motorcyle crashed with a car that had four people inside. They were cleared at the scene.

King George Boulevard northbound will be closed as investigators process the collision scene. Road closures will be in effect for several hours. The Surrey RCMP Criminal Collision Investigation Team have assumed conduct of the investigation.

This was the second serious crash Wednesday morning in Surrey. At about 6:20 a.m., a pedestrian was killed on Highway 17 in the intersection at Bridgeview Drive.

Anyone with information about this incident or dash-cam footage, is asked to contact Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502, or Crime Stoppers, if they wish to remain anonymous, at 1-800-222-8477 or solvecrime.ca. Officers are specifically looking for witnesses with information about the driving behaviours of the vehicles involved in the collision.



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