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Misery is everywhere on this stretch of A Street in Surrey. One could publish a special commemorative newspaper edition to the memory of those who have lost their lives along this grim strip of road. Its latest victim is Troy Clysdale, 49, who died in hospital last week after being stabbed in the neck at A Street and th Avenue. A mere couple of hours before the fatal stabbing, Clysdale had posted a meme on his Facebook page showing Superman bellying up to a bar and pouring himself a proper drink.
In June , a year-old Langley man was beaten and stabbed by four men near the corner of A Street and th Avenue. Phelan did not normally frequent A Street and was not involved in the drug scene, they said. The Surrey auto wrecker had been burned out of his house three months earlier.
Several years prior, Phelan was badly injured in a traffic crash, leaving him with a rod in his leg and a limp that would have made it difficult for him to run away from danger. In March , a man was stabbed in his chest and gut at an apartment at A Street and th Avenue before staggering a block or so to the Front Room drop-in centre where he sought help.
On Feb. In April , a year-old man was stabbed in the stomach near the Front Room on A Street, where he realized he was bleeding. A police dog lost the scent at A Street and th Avenue. In August , a year-old man was killed in a hit-and-run at A Street and th Avenue in which witnesses alleged the driver had aimed for the victim and narrowly missed several other people.
The Front Room and vicinity. Police were flabbergasted by the complaints. Where would you like us to start? Another police officer told the Now that inquiries at the Front Room had helped investigators solve other homicide cases in the past. Really, they should bus everyone out and then encase this tragic human failure of a place in concrete. Dig a deep, deep moat around it, surround it with high-voltage razor wire fencing and post a few scarecrows along its perimeter. For more Surrey news, visit The Now.