Three high-speed crashes in two days

SURREY – A car crash involving two vehicles had two blocks in Surrey cordoned off and swarming with police on Monday and was the third high-speed crash in just two days.

Just after 10 a.m. RCMP received calls of a Chevrolet Malibu speeding while travelling southbound on 140th

Street. Shortly after, the vehicle hit a Pontiac Wave head-on that was driving northbound between 74th and 76th Avenues, near Frank Hurt Secondary school. Both drivers were taken to hospital. RCMP is investigating whether alcohol was a factor.

This is the third reported speedrelated crash in Surrey since early Sunday morning. Two separate car crashes took place over the weekend when vehicles failed to stop for police.

For details on those crashes, please visit Thenownewspaper.com.

Police say the crashes are not related.