Dilpreet Sandhu in police custody after killing two 20 year old men from Surrey
Darpan News Desk West Vancouver Police, 03 Sep, 2021 03:47 PM
Two men are in their 20s and from Surrey who have tragically lost their lives in a car accident in West Vancouver.
West Vancouver Police have taken one man into custody and laid charges against 20 year old Dilpreet Sandhu of Vancouver on 2 counts of Criminal Negligence, in the operation of a motor vehicle, causing death.
According to police high speeds and alcohol likely contributed to the crash.
Road closures were put into place, and access to the Cypress Bowl between Chippendale Road and Eagle Lake Access Road was also closed between 4:00 am and 2:00 pm on Thursday afternoon.
The collision occurred just before 4 am, early Thursday morning.
An investigation was conducted by members of the Integrated Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Service.
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