One person was reportedly sent to hospital after a vehicle collision in Surrey on Saturday. (Curtis Kreklau photo)

Impaired driving investigation opened after collision in Cloverdale

Collision occurred Saturday on the 17000-block of Highway 10

Surrey RCMP have launched an impaired driving investigation after a car collided with a motorcycle in Cloverdale Saturday evening.

Police say that on June 6 at approximately 10:30 p.m., Mounties received a call from Emergency Health Services regarding a collision between two vehicles on the 17000-block of 56 Avenue.

Surrey RCMP told Peace Arch News Monday that the individuals involved in the crash did not sustain life-threatening injuries, however, the matter is now being investigated as an impaired driving investigation.

“A sports car rear-ended a motorcycle in the eastbound fast lane. The collision sent the rider several metres down the road where paramedics and firefighters tended to him/her,” a witness told PAN. “The force of the crash actually embedded the motorcycle in the front end of the sports car.”

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