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Canada 2 dead after stolen vehicle crashes into cemetery in Surrey

04:55  11 june  2018
04:55  11 june  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

Two people dead after collision between vehicle and morotcycle in Brampton

  Two people dead after collision between vehicle and morotcycle in Brampton Two people dead after collision between vehicle and morotcycle in BramptonEmergency services were called to the area of Queen St. E. and Bramalea Rd. shortly before 10 p.m. after reports of a collision. At the scene, paramedics pronounced the drivers of both the vehicle and the motorcycle dead. Police say while the driver of the motorcycle sustained fatal injuries in the collision impact, the cause of death of the vehicle driver is still not certain.

Police in Surrey say two men have died after the stolen vehicle they were in veered off the road, rolled several times and crashed into a cemetery . Around 6:30 a.m. PT Sunday Surrey RCMP were called to 192 Street and 16th Avenue. Officers discovered the vehicle and two adult men dead inside

Police in Surrey say two men have died after the stolen vehicle they were in veered off the road, rolled several times and crashed into a cemetery . Around 6:30 a.m. PT Sunday Surrey RCMP were called to 192 Street and 16th Avenue . Officers discovered the vehicle and two adult men dead

Officials closed a section of 192 Street in Surrey on Sunday June 9, 2018 after two men were killed in a single vehicle roll over. © Shane Mackichan Officials closed a section of 192 Street in Surrey on Sunday June 9, 2018 after two men were killed in a single vehicle roll over.

Police in Surrey say two men have died after the stolen vehicle they were in veered off the road, rolled several times and crashed into a cemetery.

Around 6:30 a.m. PT Sunday Surrey RCMP were called to 192 Street and 16th Avenue . Officers discovered the vehicle and two adult men dead inside it.

Investigators say the vehicle, which they later determined had been stolen from Langley overnight, had been speeding south on 192 Street when it missed the turn at 16th Avenue.

Police say it appears the vehicle crossed over 16th Avenue without stopping, crashed into bushes, rolled several times and came to rest in a cemetery.

Both victims were "known to police for their criminality," according to an RCMP release.

Investigators are asking for information about the crash from the public.

'I don't know where she is': Flooding at Behchoko cemetery leaves graves under water .
Some graves in the cemetery in Behchoko, N.W.T., are swamped from the annual spring melt. The water is about half a metre deep in some areas, rotting the wooden cribs that mark the graves. "We don't hardly know where they are buried," Mantla said, pointing to the flooded section. "I know my sister is buried on this side, but they moved the crib, so I don't know where she is." The water has been coming back year after year for about 20 years, but no one is certain where it comes from, so there hasn't been a permanent solution, Mantla explained.

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