Pedestrian hit by car near Dr. Kearney Middle School

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — This morning, just before 9 a.m., Fort St. John RCMP attended a collision between a 14-year-old pedestrian and a driver near 92 street and 105 avenue, in the neighbourhood of Dr. Kearney Middle School.

The driver of the vehicle involved stayed on scene to speak with police and RCMP was able to determine that the collision happened at a very slow speed.

The teenage pedestrian was transported to hospital for minor injuries, and the driver involved was ticketed for driving while their view was obstructed and for failing to yield to a pedestrian.

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RCMP reminds the public to make sure your windshield is completely clear of ice and snow to be sure drivers can see their surrounding during unfavourable weather conditions, such as today’s foggy weather.

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