Emergency crews were at Highway 17 and Tannery Road in North Surrey Sunday night, following a fiery crash involving a Jeep and a semi. (Shane MacKichan photo)

Two to hospital after fiery Surrey crash

Northbound Jeep rear-ends semi truck on Highway 17

Emergency crews were on Highway 17 near the Tannery Road on-ramp Sunday night for a three-vehicle collision that sent two people to hospital and caused a Jeep SUV to catch fire.

According to police, crews were dispatched just before 10 p.m.

Other vehicles involved were a semi-trailer and another, smaller vehicle. The Jeep driver had serious, but non-life-threatening injuries, Surrey RCMP Const. Richard Wright said.

One witness said it appeared that the Jeep rear-ended the semi-trailer.

Wright said cause of the investigation is ongoing.

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