Richmond woman in critical condition after multi-vehicle crash

Police are seeking witnesses to a recent multi-vehicle crash that left one driver with life-threatening head injuries.

Richmond RCMP responded to a crash in the 7000 block of No. 4 Road at 11:19 a.m. on Sunday, March 16. The collision occurred just south of the intersection at No. 4 Road and Granville Avenue, involving a white 2010 Dodge Journey SUV, a black 2007 Mazda 3 hatchback, and a black 2006 Toyota Tundra pickup.

Three people were rushed to hospital.

Firefighters extricated a 25-year old Richmond woman from the Mazda. She sustained life-threatening head injuries and is in critical condition, according to a March 20 news release from police.

The driver and passenger of the Toyota sustained minor injuries and were released from hospital later that day.

Anyone who witnessed the crash, including events leading up to it, are asked to contact Const. Justin Lee of the Richmond RCMP Road Safety Unit at 604-278-1212 and reference file 2014-7850.

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