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Surrey crash kills female pedestrian

A car accident in Surrey that occurred about 11 p.m. Thursday has claimed the life of a pedestrian.

A 2006 Toyota Corolla was travelling east on 80 Avenue at 122A Street when it struck a pedestrian and a telephone pole.

The pedestrian was a 37-year-old female from Surrey.

Firefighters performed CPR on the victim before she was transported to Royal Columbian Hospital, where she later died.

The 47-year-old female driver of the car received minor injuries and is being treated in hospital.

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