Teenager killed in West Vancouver crash

Police working to determine cause of crash

A 17-year-old boy has died in an early-morning crash in West Vancouver.

Investigators were on scene in the 6300 block of Marine Drive Saturday morning, working to determine the cause of the incident, police said in a statement.

More to come.


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