A man in his late 40s was sent to hospital with abdominal and head injuries after a collision Tuesday.

Man survives crash with dump truck

Collision on Tuesday morning sends one to hospital

One man was taken to hospital Tuesday morning following a collision with a dump truck in South Surrey.

The driver of a blue Ford Ranger pick-up truck was taken to hospital with abdominal and head injuries after colliding with a dump truck at the intersection of 154 Street and 32 Avenue.

Police told Peace Arch News that the driver of the Ford – who is in his late 40s – is in stable condition with non-life-threatening injuries, while the dump-truck driver was not injured.

The collision occurred as the Ford was turning northbound onto 154 Street and the dump truck was turning west on 32 Avenue.

No tickets have been issued by Surrey RCMP, who continue to investigate the incident.

Anyone with information or who witnessed the incident is asked to call RCMP at 604-599-0502.


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