Fire crews put out a vehicle fire in South Surrey Thursday morning. (Aaron Hinks photo)

Vehicle fire near Douglas point of entry

No injuries reported after South Surrey incident

No injuries were reported after a car caught on fire near the Douglas point of entry Thursday morning.

The vehicle was heading south on Highway 99, just north of the Beach Road turning lane, before the fire started.

Surrey Fire Services firefighters were on scene, as well as RCMP.

An RCMP officer on scene told Peace Arch News that the vehicle was not involved in a collision.

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