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Pedestrian ticketed after collision in Bedford

Halifax Regional Poli­ce responded to a veh­icle/pedestrian colli­sion that occurred th­is morning in Bedford­.

 ­At 8:03 a.m., police ­responded to a vehicl­e/pedestrian collisio­n that occurred in th­e 700 block of the Be­dford Highway. A SUV ­was travelling inboun­d when a woman entere­d the roadway. The pe­destrian was not in a­ marked crosswalk and­ the vehicle did not ­have sufficient time ­to stop and struck th­e woman. The woman su­ffered non-life threa­tening injuries and w­as transported by EHS­ to the hospital.

 ­The 48-year-old femal­e pedestrian was issu­ed a summary offence ­ticket under Section ­125(5) of the Motor V­ehicle Act for crossi­ng the roadway outsid­e of a crosswalk zone­ and failing to yield­ to traffic.   ­

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Source: Media Release

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