Semi crashes into a light control on Sunday.

RCMP investigating semi crash

Surrey Mounties are looking into what happened in a crash between a semi-trailer truck and a pick-up truck on 108 Avenue and 132 Street.



Surrey Mounties are investigating after a semi-trailer truck crashed into a traffic light standard in North Surrey on the weekend.

On Sunday (Feb. 19) at about 1 p.m., a semi, and a black pickup collided at 108 Avenue and 132 Street.

Only minor injuries were reported, but there was a significant diesel spill, requiring the Surrey Fire Department’s Hazmat team to mop up.

The semi crashed into a traffic control pole causing it to teeter at a 45 degree angle.

The semi truck appeared to be owned by a driving school, however, it is not clear whether it was being driven by a student.

 

 

 

 

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