January 1, 2019 6:37 pm
Updated: January 10, 2019 5:28 pm

Woman, 32, dies on New Year’s Eve after being struck by a vehicle in Kingston


The end of 2018 was an unfortunate one for a 32-year-old woman in Kingston.

Kingston police say the woman, who was not from Kingston, was walking along Princess Street near Bath Road just after 7 p.m. on Monday when she was struck by a vehicle.

According to some witnesses, she was attempting to cross Princess Street.

Police are also saying that emergency crews were quick to arrive on scene, but found the woman with no vital signs.

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Reports say she was rushed to Kingston General Hospital, where she was pronounced dead.

Kingston police announced on Jan. 10 that no charges will be laid against the driver, since they were not at fault.

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Kingston police also said they will not be releasing the name of the deceased out of respect for her family.

Police reminded those living with mental illness that there are services available for help or assistance, suggesting they visit Addiction & Mental Health Services – KFLA or Crisis Services Canada websites for toll free phone, text, and online chat communications.

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