LETTER: Zytaruk was bang on with 135A Street column

Niece of man killed on Surrey's 135A Street thanks columnist for his article.

Police tape up at 135A Street and 108th Avenue after Troy Clysdale was stabbed there earlier this month. He later died of his injuries.

The Editor,

Re: “Whalley’s violent 135A Street claims yet another life,” the Now, Sept. 22.

I was Troy Clysdale’s niece.

Thank you for writing your column and including Troy and the horrible way in which he was killled.

You are definitely right – what happened was horrible and I am happy you are informing people.

Geneva Clysdale, Surrey

SEE ALSO: ZYTARUK: Whalley’s violent 135A Street, part two

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