Pedestrians met in northwest Edmonton: Police

EDMONTON –

An intersection in northwest Edmonton that was hit by a pedestrian on Monday evening reopened Tuesday morning.

The accident on 167 Avenue near 123 Street happened around 9:40 p.m., police said.

Investigators were told that the woman was crossing a marked zebra crossing from the south to north side of 167 Avenue when she was hit by a Toyota Rav 4 heading west.

The 41-year-old pedestrian was taken to the hospital. The police described their injuries as serious but not life threatening.

The 44-year-old woman at the wheel of the Rav was unharmed.

According to the police, speed and alcohol are not considered factors.

A section of 167 Avenue has been closed to EPS investigation.

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