The scene of an apparent hit-and-run in Surrey. (Photos: Shane Mackichan)

Reported hit-and-run in Surrey

A witness said the woman appeared to suffer significant injuries

A woman was hurt in a reported hit-and-run in Surrey Sunday night.

It happened near 124th Street and 69A Avenue around 8 p.m.

A witness at the scene said the woman suffered “significant head and leg injuries.”

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The witness said she appeared to be in her 20s.

The woman was taken to hospital.

More to come.

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