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A passenger waits for the Skytrain at the Gateway Skytrain Station in Surrey, B.C.

Rafal Gerszak/The Globe and Mail

The RCMP are investigating after a transit police officer fired at a vehicle outside the Gateway SkyTrain station in Surrey, B.C, on Sunday afternoon.

The TransLink Transit police officer discharged his service handgun at least twice at a suspect who was fleeing in a car, said Transit Police Staff Sergeant Ken Schinkel.

He said the incident occurred around 4 p.m. in a parking lot adjacent to the station, underneath the elevated tracks.

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No one appeared to have been injured.

The reason for the shooting was not immediately released.

The Independent Investigations Office of B.C. and the major-crimes unit of the Surrey RCMP detachment will investigate the matter.

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