Two people are in the hospital after a car crashed into a building in Surrey.
On Tuesday, April 9, at around 7:50 pm, the Surrey RCMP received several 9-1-1 calls reporting a vehicle driving into a building.
Members of the RCMP, ambulance, and fire department attended the scene and found that a grey Holda Civic, driven by an adult woman, had gone off the road and crashed into the building.
An exterior wall of the structure was badly damaged and a man working inside the building had part of the wall collapse on to him.
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Both the driver, a resident of Surrey, and the male working inside were transported to the hospital with minor injuries.
The woman has since been released, however, an update has yet to be provided for the male.
RCMP say that the matter is still under investigation.
At this point, police say that speed and impairment are being considered as contributing factors in the collision.
Anyone who may have witnessed the collision or who has video surveillance is being asked to call the RCMP at 604-599-0502.