A Black Press Media freelancer on scene of a crash, near 72nd Avenue and 192nd Street Friday (Sept. 27) where a pedestrian was reportedly hit by a vehicle. (Photo: Curtis Kreklau)

UPDATE: ‘No serious injuries’ after two Surrey crashes involving pedestrians

Incidents happened in Clayton and Fleetwood

Surrey RCMP say no pedestrians were seriously hurt in two separate crashes on Friday night (Sept. 27).

“Both collisions resulted in the pedestrians being transported to hospital, but there were no serious injuries,” Constable Richard Wright told the Now-Leader Monday.

The first incident happened near 160th Street and Fraser Highway in Fleetwood around 7 p.m. on Sept. 27.

A Black Press Media freelancer on scene said emergency crews on scene arrived to find multiple pedestrians had been reportedly been hit by at least one vehicle.

Police say two pedestrians were involved in this incident, and that both suffered minor injuries.

The second incident happened in Clayton Heights near 192nd Street and 72nd Avenue, just after 9 p.m.

The freelancer on scene said first responders arrived to find a pedestrian had reportedly been hit by a vehicle “in front of a bus stop.”

Police say the pedestrian in that incident was “not injured at all.”

READ ALSO: Pedestrian struck and killed in Surrey, Sept. 15, 2019

READ ALSO: Police urge caution after two pedestrians struck in North Delta within 24 hours, Sept. 24, 2019



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