Travis Selje died after a crash Wednesday night near the intersection of 176th Street and 64th Avenue.

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Two car crashes in Surrey and Langley, a Surrey soccer star remembered and more you need to know

1. Surrey teen killed in Cloverdale crash remembered as amazing athlete and student

Travis Selje, 17, died after a crash Wednesday night near the intersection of 176th Street and 64th Avenue. See more >

2. Six vehicle pile-up on Hwy. 1 in Langley

Accident happened in the westbound lanes at around 6:30 in the morning. See more >

3. International student passes away following near-drowning incident in Mission

Press release states the young man died several weeks after incident at Mission Leisure Centre pool. See more >

4. Crash at Fraser Highway and 88th Avenue in Surrey

There was a crash early Monday morning at the intersection of Fraser Highway and 88th Avenue. See more >

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5. VIDEO: Family circus comes to Cloverdale

Royal Canadian Family Circus sets up at Cloverdale Fairgrounds. See more >


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