Foreign student killed in accident on Granville Island

- Published: 29 July 2016
Foreign student killed in accident on Granville Island

A 23-year-old female foreign student has killed after a genuine engine vehicle mishap on Granville Island this evening. Two others have been taken to healing center. 

Police said a SUV struck three people on foot in the 1600-block of Anderson Street on Granville Island at around 12:30 p.m. today.

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Two individuals endured minor wounds and were taken to healing center. The female was stuck under the vehicle and has following passed on of her wounds. 

Police are not yet ready to say where the understudy was going by from and are as of now attempting to get in touch with her family. 

The driver, who is participating with police, was not harmed in the occurrence. 

While the VPD has not decided the reason for the crash, a witness told CKNW that the mischance happened when a lady saw the SUV rolling and afterward professedly bounced in, hit the gas and sent the SUV in reverse into the building. 

Police say it shows up the vehicle was quickening in reverse at the season of the mishap. 

As indicated by the Vancouver Fire Rescue Service, the overwhelming salvage group alongside therapeutic and flame teams are on the scene and city architects are as of now evaluating the dependability of the building that was affected by the mishap. 

Police are requesting that drivers maintain a strategic distance from the region as they proceed with their examination. Movement is in effect intensely affected.