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Two injured in pedestrian accidents

Two people were injured in two separate pedestrian accidents Monday.

At just after 1 p.m., a 67-year-old woman stepped out in front of a bus at 140 Street and 78A Avenue.

She suffered serious, but not life threatening injuries.

Then after 6 p.m., two men were crossing Fraser Highway when a minivan was turning left from 159 Street onto Fraser Highway.

A 79-year-old Surrey man was struck and may have suffered fractured legs. Another man, 32, was also hit but was uninjured.

The driver remained on the scene and was issued a ticket for failing to yield to a pedestrian.

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