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Collision slows traffic at South Surrey intersection

A Tuesday morning collision at 160 Street and 32 Avenue had traffic slow at the busy intersection. - Sarah Massah photo
A Tuesday morning collision at 160 Street and 32 Avenue had traffic slow at the busy intersection.
— image credit: Sarah Massah photo

A Tuesday morning collision between two vehicles at 160 Street and 32 Avenue blocked a portion of the busy intersection, slowing traffic during the rush-hour commute.

Fire crews were on hand for at least an hour afterwards, clearing the broken glass and debris from the accident.

According to Surrey Mounties, the collision occured when a vehicle turning left onto 160 Street from 32 Avenue was struck by a vehicle travelling westbound through the intersection.

No injuries were reported.

No charges have been laid or tickets issued, however the accident is still being investigated.

 

 

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