Two people seriously injured after motorcycle and car collide in South Surrey

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      Two people have been hospitalized after a car and a motorcycle crashed this morning in South Surrey.

      Around 9 a.m. today (June 17), Surrey RCMP responded to a report about a motorcycle and a car colliding near 148th Street and 30th Avenue.

      According to Surrey RCMP, investigator believe both were travelling north on 148th Street when the motorcycle hit the back of a car, and then rode into a concrete barrier near the intersection at 30th Avenue.

      Both the motorcycle driver and passenger were thrown off the motorcycle, but the car driver was uninjured.

      While the motorcycle driver was taken to hospital by air ambulance with serious and life-threatening injuries, the passenger was taken by ground ambulance with serious but non-life-threatening injuries.

      The cause of the collision isn’t known yet.

      Traffic on 148th Street between 28th and 30th avenues will remain closed as the investigation continues on.

      Anyone who witnessed or has video of the collision is asked to contact Surrey RCMP or Crime Stoppers.

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