RCMP vehicle. (Black Press)

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Scorching temperatures in the Lower Mainland, a rollover in Langley and more

1. Driver ticketed for rollover crash that closed 56 Avenue in Langley

A two-vehicle crash on 56 Avenue at the 240 Street intersection in Langley left a minivan flipped on its side Saturday morning. See more >

2. Iraqi man claimed refugee status after crossing into Canada illegally

A CBSA spokesperson said she could not share any information on the man’s current whereabouts or any asylum claim he may have. See more >

3. Missing snake could be in Fleetwood Park

If you plan on going for a walk in Fleetwood Park, you might want to watch your step. See more >

4. Warning issued as Lower Mainland heats up

People on B.C.’s south coast should get ready for a scorching hot week ahead. See more >

5. Police investigating after screams heard in Surrey

Screaming reported near the 9100-block of Kind George Blvd. at 4:40 a.m. See more >


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