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Teen pedestrian sustains serious injuries in Monday night collision

Regina police say a teen girl is in hospital for serious injuries after being involved in a vehicle and pedestrian collision on Monday night. .
Regina police say a teen girl is in hospital for serious injuries after being involved in a vehicle and pedestrian collision on Monday night. . Sean Lerat-Stetner / Global News

A teenage girl in Regina sustained serious injuries following a collision between a vehicle and pedestrian on Monday night, police say.

According to the Regina Police Service, the collision happened in the area of 4th Avenue and Robinson Street at about 7 p.m.

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EMS transported the victim to hospital for further treatment, police say. Police confirmed that a second pedestrian, a teen boy, sustained minor injuries during the collision.

Police say traffic was diverted away from the scene as they investigated. Police requested a collision reconstruction team.

At this time, police are not releasing any more information regarding her medical condition.

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Their investigation continues.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 306-777-6500 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.