Emergency responder help some of the people involved in a hit and run.

Surrey RCMP seeking hit and run driver

Ford F350 hit three other vehicles on Sunday before the driver took off on foot

Surrey Mounties are looking for a man who drove a stolen truck into three other cars on the weekend, then took off on foot.

On Sunday (March 1), at 12:15 a.m. a black 2005 Ford F350 pickup was heading north on 120 Street near 98 Avenue when the driver lost control while trying to pass a vehicle on the left.

The truck hit the vehicle, then crossed over the median, striking a van and another truck that were heading south on Scott Road.

The man driving the Ford F350 then fled from his vehicle.

RCMP arrived and determined the truck had been stolen. An extensive search for the driver was unsuccessful.

The other three vehicles that were struck by the truck,  a north bound Nissan Altima, a southbound Dodge Caravan, and a southbound Toyota pickup, were all extensively damaged.

The lone occupant in the Toyota Tacoma Pickup, the three occupants in the Dodge Caravan, and the three occupants of the Nissan Altima received only minor injuries, and did not require hospitalization.

Speed is believed to be a contributing factor in the collision.

Surrey Mounties are seeking the public’s assistance to identify and locate the driver of the stolen Ford pickup.  Anyone who may have witnessed the collision or the driver of the pickup truck fleeing from the scene of the collision is asked to call the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502 or to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).


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