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Woman struck by vehicle, taken to hospital

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A 64-year-old woman was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries after she was struck by a vehicle on the Pembina Highway on Tues., March 18.

Emergency personnel were called to the intersection of Pembina Highway and Plaza Drive following a vehicle collision involving a pedestrian. They then transported the woman to hospital. Police confirmed on Thurs., March 20 that her condition had not changed.

The driver of the vehicle remained at the scene and was able to speak to responding officers.
After an investigation, it was revealed the driver was travelling northbound while the pedestrian was walking eastbound across Pembina Highway when the collision occurred.

The investigation is ongoing. Anyone who has information or witnessed the incident is asked to contact the Central Traffic Unit at 204-986-6271.


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