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Pedestrian struck by truck on Dufferin

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Winnipeg police officers on the scene on Dufferin Avenue between Parr Street and McKenzie Street Thursday morning where a person was struck by a pickup truck overnight.

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Winnipeg police officers on the scene on Dufferin Avenue between Parr Street and McKenzie Street Thursday morning where a person was struck by a pickup truck overnight. Photo Store

A man is in hospital in unstable condition after he was hit by a pickup truck early this morning.

The incident occurred in Winnipeg’s North End, at the corner of McKenzie Street at Dufferin Avenue. Police and emergency personnel attended the scene just after 4 a.m.

The man was taken to hospital in critical condition but has been upgraded.

Dufferin between McKenzie and Parr streets is temporarily closed in both directions this morning.

The investigation continues.

 

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Updated on Thursday, May 8, 2014 at 9:40 AM CDT: Adds photo

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