Richmond Traffic Fatalities - What's Going On?
Richmond, B.C. is a busy, busy place.
There are lots of cars on the roads.
There are lots of pedestrians crossing the street.
And unfortunately, the two don't work well together.
On the evening of Sunday Nov 24/13 a 62 year-old woman was struck by a vehicle while crossing at Francis and St. Albans just after 5 p.m. She died in hospital shortly following the collision.
At about 6:45 p.m.on Saturday Nov 23/13 a 76 year old man was killed when the Toyota Corolla he was driving struck an Acura Vigor at the intersection of No 4 Road and Westminster Hwy.
When discussing these two tragic accidents with the Province Newspaper, Corporal Stephanie Ashton of the Richmond RCMP said:
" Police remind all members of the public to use caution in the darker winter driving conditions and further urge those out walking to wear bright clothing and take and extra second to ensure they can safely cross the street."
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