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Vehicle hits pedestrian in Halifax: police

Halifax Regional Police respond to a vehicle-pedestrian collision on May 23, 2024. (CTV Atlantic) Halifax Regional Police respond to a vehicle-pedestrian collision on May 23, 2024. (CTV Atlantic)
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Police say a vehicle struck a pedestrian on a Halifax street early Thursday morning.

According to Cst. John McLeod with Halifax Regional Police, officers responded to the reported collision around 7:15 a.m. They learned a vehicle allegedly hit a pedestrian while it was turning right from Young Street onto Robie Street.

The pedestrian was treated for their injuries at the scene and the driver received a summary offence ticket for failing to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk.

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