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Pedestrian injured after being struck by van

Police, fire and paramedics were called when a pedestrian was hit in a South Surrey shopping centre parking lot on Tuesday.

A 53-year-old Surrey woman suffered cuts to her head and a bruised pelvis when she was hit by a minivan driven by a 34-year-old Surrey woman near 24 Ave. and 160 St. around 5 p.m.

RCMP said cold and dark conditions were contributing factors.

The victim was transported to hospital by ambulance.

Her injuries were not considered life-threatening.

Cold weather was expected to keep road conditions icy and hazardous in the Semiahmoo peninsula.

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