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A man in his 30s is dead after a single-vehicle crash on Vancouver’s west side on Sunday.

An Acura MDX went off the road and collided into a tree at Northwest Marine Drive and West 4th Avenue around 9 p.m., causing severe damage and killing the single occupant of the vehicle at the scene.

β€œAt this point, we can say certainly that speed was a factor, but we’re looking at what other factors may have played into this,” Sgt. Steve Addison with the Vancouver Police Department said.

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β€œTo give you an idea of how impactful this collision was, the engine block dislodged from the front of the vehicle and travelled a number of feet.”

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Police say prior to the collision they received multiple reports of a black Acura driving erratically throughout the city.


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