A busy Halloween night for police in Surrey.
Two pedestrians were struck in separate incidents.
Surrey RCMP says officers responded to a report of a child having been struck by a motor vehicle while trick or treating in the 13200 block 62 Avenue around 7pm.
Once police were on scene they discovered a woman with a child, both of whom were suffering from injuries.
Police say a man was operating his vehicle and negotiating a turn when he noted the female with the child, he attempted to stop in time, however, was not able to.
At this time it is not clear whether the woman and the child were in a marked cross walk.
RCMP say alcohol is not a factor.
The driver remained at scene and spoke to police.
Both the child and mother were taken to hospital suffering from injuries related to the crash, the injuries are not thought to be life threatening.
The 3-year old child sustained a broken leg.
There have been no charges laid at this time.
Earlier, Carol Swan with BC Ambulance said the patient was taken to hospital in serious condition.
“We transported the patient with potentially life-threatening status.”
Afew hours later, a 57 year old man was struck in the 8300 block of 144th Street.
Surrey RCMP say a Blue Toyota Yaris was travelling Northbound on 144 Street when it struck the pedestrian.
The 57 year old man was transported to local area hospital in critical condition .
The driver of the vehicle stayed on the scene.
The incident is still under investigation.
Anyone who witnessed this incident or has further information is asked to call the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502 or Crime Stoppers, if they wish to remain anonymous, at 1-800-222-8477 or www.solvecrime.ca, quoting file number 2015-156894.