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Dangerous driving, assault case may be linked to gang conflict: Surrey RCMP

Last Updated Apr 29, 2019 at 3:02 pm PDT

A video was posted on social media after police received multiple calls about vehicles driving dangerously and people fighting in a Surrey Street.
Summary

Mounties say a recent case of dangerous driving and assault may be linked to the Lower Mainland gang conflict

One person was seriously hurt after a fight in Surrey on Saturday

*Editor’s note: Links in this article direct to video that may be disturbing for some readers

SURREY (NEWS 1130) – Mounties believe a recent case of dangerous driving and assault may be linked to the ongoing Lower Mainland gang conflict.

The Surrey RCMP was called to the area of 135A Street and 88 Avenue around 7:45 p.m. on Saturday, April 27th.

They were responding to reports of vehicles driving dangerously and people fighting on the street.

WARNING: The following link will direct you to video of the incident posted online. The content may be disturbing for some viewers 

Video of the incident was posted to social media. 

“We had received multiple 911 calls about vehicles driving dangerously and people fighting in the street,” says Cpl. Elenore Sturko.

One person suffered serious injuries while two others had minor injuries.

A Nissan Maxima and Ford Taurus were found at the scene and seized by investigators.

“Our investigators do believe that the parties involved in this occurrence were known to each other. They might be linked to the Lower Mainland gang conflict,” Sturko adds. “Our investigation is ongoing and we’re looking for other individuals and vehicles including a red Dodge Caravan, a black Volkswagen Jetta, and a burgundy Honda Accord that were also involved in the event.”

Mounties say no shots were fired, despite earlier reports suggesting otherwise.

“We’re are aware of the video that has been circulating and we’re asking anyone who has video of the incident or more information to give us a call,” she adds.

You’re asked to contact investigators at 604.599.0502 or call Crime Stoppers at 1.800.222.847.

-With files from Lasia Kretzel