SURREY – RCMP is asking the public for assistance finding a car involved in a Surrey hit-and-run that left a young man dead last week.
On Dec. 4, a 26-year-old Surrey man was found lying in the middle of the road in the 12600-block of King George Boulevard just after midnight.
The man was rushed to hospital with extensive injuries, but died shortly after. The driver of the vehicle did not remain at the scene.
RCMP investigators analyzed debris found at the scene, including a red plastic front bumper, and believe the vehicle may be a 1997 to 2001 red Honda Prelude.
“If you have seen a red 1997 to 2001 Honda Prelude missing a piece of its front bumper, our investigators want to hear from you,” says Cpl. Scotty Schumann in a statement. “Any little bit of information could help officers advance this investigation and find the person responsible.”
Anyone with more information about this collision is asked to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502 or Crime Stoppers, if they wish to remain anonymous, at 1-800-222-TIP.
“later I realised she was undergoing labour pain”, Yunus said.
“At first, my objective was to take her and the family to a safer place and we moved her to nearby Perungalathur by boat. That 15-minute journey is unforgettable,” he said.
However, he got the surprise of his life when Mohan informed him that he has named his daughter Yunus.
In a text message to Yunus, Mohan informed him of the birth of his daughter and his decision to name her after the Muslim postgraduate.
“We take pride in this,” Mohan had told him.
Having himself been a victim of a disaster, Mohan has vowed to contribute 50% of his salary for the needy.
Asked whether he had time to pay a visit to the child, Yunus said he was still helping those affected with his 15- member team.
“The full credit goes to the team, my friends and the fishermen from Besant Nagar beach,” he said.”As far as the child is concerned, I will definitely pay a visit soon. I wish to inform them that the child’s education fees would be fully borne by me,” he said.
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