Woman, 70, dies after being hit by car

Delta Police are asking for more witnesses to the weekend collision at 72 Avenue and Scott Road.

A 70-year-old woman is dead after being struck by a car in Delta last weekend.

On Sunday, July 26 at about 2 p.m., a woman was walking with her husband north on Scott Road at 72 Avenue.

She was struck by a car making a right turn from 72 Avenue onto Scott Road.

Police say the driver remained on the scene and gave assistance until the woman was transported to hospital.

Sadly, the Delta resident succumbed to her injuries.

As a result of initial investigative efforts police believe there were witnesses to the collision that have not yet spoken to police.

Delta Police are asking those people to come forward so they can get a better idea what happened on Sunday.

Witnesses are asked to contact Const. Grayson Smith of the Delta Police Traffic Section at 604-946-4411 and quote file 15-15680.

 

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