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13-year-old killed in Coquitlam crash that involved five kids, three dead in South Surrey crash and more

Here are Black Press Media’s top stories for Wednesday, Mar. 27.

1. Three dead in South Surrey crash, IHIT investigating

Speaking at a press conference late Tuesday afternoon, Cpl. Frank Jang of IHIT said while the investigation is still in its early stages, police believe there is no continued risk to the safety of the community. See more >

2. 13-year-old killed in Coquitlam crash that involved five kids

RCMP say they will be reviewing dash-cam video to help determine the cause of the crash. Impairment and distraction do not appear to have been factors. Both drivers are cooperating. See more >

3. BC Ferries boat hits the dock in Langdale, no injuries

The vessel crashed into a dock at the Langdale terminal, causing suspension of sailings between Langdale and Horseshoe Bay. See more >

4. Stranger climbs onto second-storey Abbotsford patio and lights fire in barbecue

The first thing the family noticed when they rushed toward their patio was that the living room window was smashed and a man was “babbling and yelling, not making sense, acting wild.” See more >

5. Mystery plane wakes up Langley residents

On March 22 and 23, residents began calling the Langley RCMP about a plane that had been circling for some time. See more >

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