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Fatal train collision in New Westminster

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 06 Feb, 2024 10:38 AM
  • Fatal train collision in New Westminster

Police in New Westminster say one person is dead after being struck by a train on Monday.

Police say the pedestrian was killed at the intersection of Spruce Street and Brunette Avenue in the city at around 3:30 p-m. 

Police say the name of the deceased is not being released.

They say witnesses in need of support can contact the Victim Assistance Unit.

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