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Student Hit in Crosswalk

A student walking home from Betty Gilbert Middle School was struck by a vehicle in the crosswalk at Fraser Hwy. and 268 Street on Nov. 8. The youth was attended to by emergency responders and is recovering from non life threatening injuries, however, with the wet weather and early darkness of the season pedestrians and motorists are advised to take extra precautions on the streets. - HARRY HUNT PHOTO
A student walking home from Betty Gilbert Middle School was struck by a vehicle in the crosswalk at Fraser Hwy. and 268 Street on Nov. 8. The youth was attended to by emergency responders and is recovering from non life threatening injuries, however, with the wet weather and early darkness of the season pedestrians and motorists are advised to take extra precautions on the streets.
— image credit: HARRY HUNT PHOTO

A student walking home from Betty Gilbert Middle School was struck by a vehicle in the crosswalk at Fraser Hwy. and 268 Street on Nov. 8. The youth was attended to by emergency responders and is recovering from non life threatening injuries, however, with the wet weather and early darkness of the season pedestrians and motorists are advised to take extra precautions on the streets.

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