Surrey RCMP responding to report of stabbing in Whalley

Incident near 104th Avenue and 125th Street

Surrey Mounties are at 104th Avenue and 125th Street where they say someone was suffering from an apparent stabwound.

The 12400-block of that avenue is closed to traffic as police investigate.

Emergency Health Services alerted the RCMP at 1:57 p.m. Friday, Corporal Elenore Sturko said.

The victim has been taken to hospital, condition not yet known.

More to come…



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