The damage was extensive but police say injuries were minor in a two-car collision at 24 Avenue and 148 Street this morning.

Two-car crash in South Surrey

Emergency crews on scene at 148 Street and 24 Avenue

Two people, including a 15-year-old Semiahmoo Secondary student, were taken to hospital with minor injuries following a collision at 24 Avenue and 148 Street early Friday morning.

Police say the crash occurred just after 8 a.m., when an eastbound 1998 BMW convertible struck a 2009 grey Smart car that was turning left off of 24 Avenue to head south on 148 Street.

Both vehicles sustained extensive front-end damage. The teen suffered a cut to her head and complained of a sore chest; the driver of the BMW complained of a sore jaw.

The teen is the sister of the Smart car driver, who told Peace Arch News both vehicles went through a yellow light.

Surrey RCMP Cpl. Bert Paquet said the driver of the BMW, a 19-year-old Surrey woman, was issued a ticket for failing to stop for a yellow light.

 

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