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No charges after vehicle / pedestrian collision in Dartmouth

At approximately 8:40 pm police responded to the area of Nantucket Avenue near the entrance to the bus terminal in Dartmouth.

A 38 year old female had been struck by a vehicle at this location. The female was struck in the pedestrian walkway.

Investigation was unable to determine who was at fault in the incident and at this point no charges have been laid. The female was treated at the hospital for non-life threatening injuries.


Source: Media Release

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