Pedestrian hit by car, hospitalized with serious injuries: Regina police

Regina police completed an investigation into a vehicle and pedestrian collision on Saturday evening that left one man with injuries described as serious and life-threatening. File / Getty

A man suffered serious and life-threatening injuries after he was apparently struck by a vehicle Saturday evening, Regina Police Service says.

Police have completed the investigation and determined no charges will be laid and no tickets will be issued.

Officers responded to a report of the incident at 9 p.m. near 9th Avenue and Albert Street.

“When police arrived on scene, they found a male in his thirties who appeared to have (been) struck by a vehicle,” police said in a media release.

“The male was transported to the hospital by EMS where he remains with serious, life-threatening injuries. The driver of the vehicle involved remained on scene.”

Police closed the street to traffic while members from the Forensic Identification Unit and Traffic Collision Investigators worked to preserve potential evidence.

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Police said the driver of the vehicle involved remained at the scene.

“Pedestrians are reminded to always use crosswalks and obey traffic signals when crossing the street,” Regina police said.


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