A Black SUV and red car collided along the Haney Bypass on the weekend.

Teenage girl in Haney Bypass crash passes away

Police said young girl from Pitt Meadow sustained "possibly life-threatening injuries."

  • May. 11, 2015 11:00 a.m.

A teenage girl involved in a crash on the Haney Bypass on Sunday has passed away.

She was the passenger in westbound Volkswagen car that collided with an eastbound Toyota SUV at Callaghan Avenue, around 12:45 Sunday.

The car subsequently struck a utility pole.

Four people were in the two vehicles and all attended hospital. The teenage girl, from Pitt Meadows, passed away in hospital Monday.

“This is a very tragic event,” Insp. Dan Splinter said.  “Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to the family.”

RCMP continue to investigate the crash and are looking for witnesses.

“What I can tell you is speed and alcohol are not factors, and investigators have contacted the families of all parties involved,” added Cpl. Steve Martin.

• Anyone with any information regarding this crash is asked to call Ridge Meadows RCMP at 604-463-6251.

 

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