Tsawwassen Car Accident, Death – On the afternoon of Friday, there was a collision in Tsawwassen that involved two automobiles. As a result of the collision, five people needed medical attention and were sent to the hospital. According to the information provided to CTV News by the Delta Police Department, the collision occurred at approximately 3:30 p.m. in the vicinity of the intersection of Highway 17 and 56 Street. Images captured at the scene show what appear to be a white pickup truck and a black Kia, both of which have sustained considerable front-end damage as a result of the collision.
According to statements provided to CTV News by BC Emergency Health Services, the organization was called to the site and transported five individuals to the hospital, one of whom was in critical condition. The statements were issued by BC Emergency Health Services. The police said that 56 Street was closed in both directions north of Highway 17, and they said that the area would be closed for “several hours” as collision analysts engaged in the investigation of the incident.
In addition to this, there was a line of vehicles waiting to enter the Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal as we approached it. “Because there are limits placed on the lanes of traffic on the highway that leads to the ferry port, the flow of vehicles is being slowed down. The message came from the Delta Police Traffic Unit and suggested that the route might be shut down for a considerable amount of time. Sadly we await the police final report.