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A Montreal-Area Teen Got Caught Under A Vehicle After An Alleged 'Car Surfing' Incident

Police suspect they were on the hood of the moving vehicle.
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A Montreal-Area Teen Got Caught Under A Vehicle After An Alleged 'Car Surfing' Incident

A 17-year-old was found stuck underneath a vehicle after an alleged "car surfing" incident on Sunday, according to a press release from Terrebonne police. 

The victim "was immediately taken to Sacré-Coeur Hospital in Montreal for significant injuries to the lower body" and is considered "out of danger," police say.

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"The initial information gathered by meeting several witnesses indicates that this is a case of car surfing," the report states.

Police suspect that the victim was on the hood of the moving vehicle, fell off and got caught underneath.

The alleged driver, who police identified as a "friend" of the victim, was arrested and is expected to appear at the Laval courthouse.

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