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Driver Ticketed after Vehicle / Pedestrian Accident in Halifax

At 4:30 pm. Halifax Regional Police responded to a pedestrian and motor vehicle collision at the intersection of Duke St and Argyle St in Halifax.
A car driven by a 24 year old woman was travelling westbound on Duke St when a 51 year old woman was crossing in the crosswalk on Duke St at Argyle  ST. she was struck by the vehicle  and fell to the ground. She was transported to the hospital by EHS, with non life threatening injures. The driver has been issued a summary offense ticket for failing to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk.

Source: Media Release


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