RCMP-involved collision in Surrey sends two to hospital

An RCMP vehicle was involved in a crash with a civilian vehicle in Surrey Monday night, sending two people to hospital.

A civilian vehicle shown here was heavily damaged after colliding with an RCMP vehicle Monday night in the Clayton Heights neighbourhood. Global News

Shortly before 7 p.m., first responders attended the scene at 68th Avenue and 192nd Street in the Clayton Heights neighbourhood.

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Both the RCMP cruiser and the civilian vehicle were heavily damaged.

The vehicles remained in the intersection for hours, impacting traffic for most of the evening.

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B.C. Ambulance Service says two people were taken to hospital in stable condition.

No word on the cause of the crash.

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