Man dead after ‘Modo’ car crashes in Vancouver

A 32-year-old passenger from Langley was transported to hospital with minor injuries

A man is dead after losing control of a car-share vehicle while driving in Vancouver early Friday.

The man, a 30-year-old from Burnaby, was driving a newer-model Nissan Versa owned by car-share company Modo when he lost control and struck a retaining wall near West 33rd Avenue, Vancouver Police said in a news release.

The man died at the scene. His only passenger, a 32-year-old man from Langley was transported to hospital with minor injuries.

This is Vancouver’s eighth traffic fatality of 2018.


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