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Surrey Central Bus Loop closed near City Hall on 104th Ave due to police incident

Darpan News Desk , 16 Jul, 2021 05:16 PM
  • Surrey Central Bus Loop closed near City Hall on 104th Ave due to police incident

Reports of a police incident near City Hall(104th at City Pkwy). Surrey Central Bus Loop is closed due to a police incident.

Police situation blocking traffic in the region by the Surrey Central Bus Loop. Use caution and expect delays.

Yellow tape is up in the area, some buses have been told to re-route. RCMP presence heavy around the bus loop.

Buses will route via King George ,Old Yale ,132 St ,104 Ave. pick up and drop off will be on 104 Ave between 132 St and City parkway.

SkyTrain station is open. 

Buses will route via King George ,Old Yale ,132 St ,104 Ave. pick up and drop off will be on 104 Ave between 132 St and City parkway.

More to come. 

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