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Fatal collision in New Westminster

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 13 May, 2024 10:01 AM
  • Fatal collision in New Westminster

Police in New Westminster are investigating a single-vehicle crash that resulted in the death of the male driver.

Police say the crash happened early Saturday, and two people were taken to hospital from the scene.

One of the two people transported to hospital, the male driver of the vehicle, has since died of his injuries.

Police say they are still investigating all possible contributing factors to the crash and are asking witnesses to come forward.

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