Three-vehicle collision at 184 Street and 40 Avenue. (Curtis Kreklau photo)

No injuries reported after ‘T-bone’ collision in South Surrey

Three-vehicle collision occurred at 184 Street and 40 Avenue intersection

Emergency crews responded to a three-vehicle collision in South Surrey Sunday afternoon.

According to a witness who was at the scene, the “T-bone” collision happened at the 184 Street and 40 Avenue intersection at approximately 4:30 p.m.

A third vehicle sustained damage to its side and was in a ditch a few metres away.

“Fortunately, it appears all occupants escaped without injury,” the witness wrote to Peace Arch News.

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Three-vehicle collision at 184 Street and 40 Avenue. (Curtis Kreklau photo)

Three-vehicle collision at 184 Street and 40 Avenue. (Curtis Kreklau photo)

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