July 25, 2014 9:32 am

No charges in Dartmouth collision that killed woman on scooter

A memorial for Judy MacIsaac-Davis, who was struck and killed in a crosswalk at Victoria Road and Thistle Street, is pictured on May 5, 2014 in Dartmouth.

Rebecca Lau/Global News

HALIFAX – Police say they won’t lay charges in a crash that killed a woman in a Dartmouth crosswalk earlier this year.

The collision happened at the intersection of Thistle Street and Victoria Road on May 3.

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Officers say a pickup truck was travelling south on Victoria Road and proceeded to make a left turn onto Thistle Street on a green light.

Investigators say while turning, the truck hit a 57-year-old woman crossing the street on a motorized scooter in a marked crosswalk.

The woman suffered life-threatening injuries and later died in hospital.

The police investigation concluded that the “do not walk” signal was being displayed at the time that the driver was making the turn.

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