Pedestrian killed on 152nd Street in Surrey

Surrey RCMP close 152nd Street in both directions from 82nd to 76th avenues as they investigate Thursday afternoon crash

Surrey RCMP investigate at the scene of a fatal pedestrian crash.

GUILDFORD — A pedestrian is dead after being hit by a minivan in Guildford Thursday afternoon.

Police received a call at 2:15 p.m. that a woman had been struck by a southbound vehicle in the 8000-block of 152nd Street.

Speed and alcohol are not believed to be a factor, police say, and the driver remained at the scene and is co-operating.

A Ford Freestar minivan was at the scene with damage to its front hood and windshield and a pair of runners lay on the road behind the vehicle.

Surrey RCMP remained on scene late Thursday afternoon in front of Guildford Golf & Country Club and 152nd Street is closed in both directions from 82nd to 76th avenues.

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