Woman hurt after smashing into tree

Slippery streets may be to blame for a BMW's collision with a tree in North Surrey



A woman was taken to hospital this morning after her BMW smashed into a tree in North Surrey.

At just after 9 a.m. Friday, emergency crews responded to the single vehicle accident near 115 Avenue and 138 Street.

They arrived to find the vehicle smashed into a tree with a woman inside.

Firefighters worked for almost an hour to free her.

Paramedics then rushed her to Royal Columbian Hospital with multiple injuries. RCMP were investigating the cause, but the roads in the area were slippery at the time of the incident.

 

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