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Surrey RCMP cruiser hits Langley man

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A 21-year-old Langley man suffered what were described as minor injuries when he was struck by an RCMP patrol vehicle just after midnight Friday in Surrey.
It happened around 12:10am, when an unmarked police vehicle was traveling west bound on 104 Avenue approaching 154t Street.
RCMP said the vehicle was moving at normal patrol speeds on a green light when it made a left hand turn to travel south bound on 154 Street and struck a pedestrian who was walking east along 104 Avenue crossing 154 Street in a marked crosswalk.
The 21 year old male pedestrian from Langley was taken to hospital and treated for what turned out to be minor injuries and released.
 Anyone who may have witnessed the collision and who has not yet spoken to police is asked to call the Surrey RCMP Traffic Section at 604-599-0502.

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