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Canada 40-year-old man killed in 2-vehicle collision on Vancouver-Burnaby border

21:15  30 november  2019
21:15  30 november  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

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A 40 - year - old man is dead after a two - vehicle collision on the Vancouver - Burnaby border early Saturday morning. Vancouver police say the One vehicle was driving south on Boundary Road when it went airborne and collided with another vehicle that was driving north, according to police.

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A 40-year-old man is dead after a two-vehicle collision on the Vancouver-Burnaby border early Saturday morning.

Vancouver police say the crash happened just after 6 a.m., on Boundary Road at Marine Drive.

One vehicle was driving south on Boundary Road when it went airborne and collided with another vehicle that was driving north, according to police.

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Police and fire crews from both Vancouver and Burnaby attended the scene, where they found one driver deceased.

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Vancouver Police are investigating a two - vehicle collision on Boundary Road at Marine Drive that claimed the life of a 40 - year - old Police said speed was likely a factor in the collision . Vancouver Police, Vancouver Fire Rescue Services, Burnaby Fire Department and BC Ambulance responded.

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BC Emergency Health Services took the second driver to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

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Vancouver police have taken over the investigation. The cause has not been officially determined, but police say speed was likely a factor.

Police add the collision is Vancouver's 13th motor vehicle fatality of 2019.

Anyone who witnessed the crash or has dashcam video is asked to contact Vancouver police.

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