Two people were reportedly taken to hospital after a two-vehicle collision Saturday evening. (Curtis Kreklau photo)

Two people reportedly sent to hospital after two-vehicle collision in Surrey

Collision happened on the 16500-block of 64 Avenue

Two people were reportedly transferred to hospital after a two-vehicle collision in Surrey Saturday evening.

Emergency crews responded to the collision at the 16500-block of 64 Avenue at approximately 10:30 p.m.

“Crews arrived to find a large debris field with two vehicles resting off the road. The collision sheared off a boulevard tree and damaged a pedestrian traffic light,” a witness told Peace Arch News.

“One driver from each vehicle was transported to hospital with undetermined injuiries.”

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Two people were reportedly taken to hospital after a two-vehicle collision Saturday evening. (Curtis Kreklau photo)

Two people were reportedly taken to hospital after a two-vehicle collision Saturday evening. (Curtis Kreklau photo)

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