Three-Car Crash in Surrey Sends Six to Hospital
Posted on Feb 18, 2014
RCMP traffic analysts are currently investigating a crash that happened at the intersection of King George Boulevard and 92nd Avenue in Surrey that sent six people to the Royal Columbian Hospital.
Unconfirmed reports state that on Thursday, February 13, 2014, at around 11:30 a.m., an Acura Integra barreled through a red light heading north on King George. The Acura plowed straight into the side of a Honda Civic that was attempting to turn left onto King George.
The impact of the crash caused the cars to collide into another vehicle that was sitting at the intersection—a Mitsubishi Gallant.
A passenger in the Honda Civic, an unidentified female, felt the full force of the Acura as it collided straight into her passenger side door. The impact of the Acura crushed the door around her, causing serious injuries and trapping her inside the vehicle.
Due to her life threatening injuries, the paramedics at the scene decided to extract her from the driver’s side instead of waiting for the emergency crew to arrive. She was then transported to Royal Columbian Hospital for treatment of her injuries.
In total, six people were involved in the incident. In addition to the trapped woman, one other person was transported to Royal Columbian Hospital with serious injuries. The remaining four accident victims suffered minor injuries that did not require immediate medical attention.
Police are still investigating the exact cause of the crash.
The team at McComb Witten wishes the accident victims a swift and full recovery.