Driver hurt in crash near Langley-Surrey border

A young man was rushed to hospital by Air Ambulance after crashing into a tree near 192nd Street on 8th Avenue Sunday morning.

At about 10:45 a.m., a grey Toyota Yaris went off the road and crashed, according to Staff Sgt. M.A. Hedderson of the Surrey RCMP.

The driver, in his early 20s, was trapped in the vehicle and had to be fred by Surrey Fire Department and B.C. Ambulance emergency crews. The man was then medevaced with serious, possibly life-threatening injuries.

The driver was the lone occupant of the car.

Hedderson said the Surrey RCMP are asking that anyone who may have seen the collision, or saw the Toyota Yaris just before it went off the road, call the police to help them determine what caused the crash.

The RCMP can be reached at 604-599-0502.

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