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Pedestrian injured

B.C. Ambulance paramedics and first responders from Penticton Fire Rescue attend to an injured 69-year-old man struck by a car last Thursday at a pedestrian crossing on South Main Street. The accident happened just after 4:30 p.m. and police say speed and alcohol were not factors. The victim was taken to Penticton Regional Hospital with non life-threatening injuries. The investigation is continuing and it’s not known if charges will be laid against the 74-year-old male driver. - Mark Brett/Western News
B.C. Ambulance paramedics and first responders from Penticton Fire Rescue attend to an injured 69-year-old man struck by a car last Thursday at a pedestrian crossing on South Main Street. The accident happened just after 4:30 p.m. and police say speed and alcohol were not factors. The victim was taken to Penticton Regional Hospital with non life-threatening injuries. The investigation is continuing and it’s not known if charges will be laid against the 74-year-old male driver.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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