On Sunday, September 10th, a stretch limousine crashed into a Surrey home early in the morning.
While the limousine crash occurred in the wee hours of the morning at 3:10 am, emergency crews are still hesitant to remove the vehicle from the residence because it appears to be supporting the structure.
St. MacDonald told CTV News that “It looks like the limousine is actually supporting the structure right now so there is a possibility that the house may collapse, or partially collapse, when it’s removed.”
Limousine Crash Leaves Family Homeless
Located on the corner of 144 Street and 74A Avenue in Surrey, the home is uninhabitable since the crash. Surrey Fire and Rescue are currently working to relocate the family since the incident. Thankfully, none the family was not harmed.
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The driver of the limousine was taken to hospital after sustaining injuries.
RCMP are working with witnesses in the community to determine what led to the crash.