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Pedestrian Killed In Ladner Traffic Collision

Darpan News Desk, 29 Nov, 2019
  • Pedestrian Killed In Ladner Traffic Collision

Delta Police regret to confirm that a Delta man was hit and killed by a vehicle November 28, 2019, near the intersection of Ladner Trunk Road and Harvest Drive.


Emergency Health Services arrived to scene first, and confirmed pedestrian was deceased prior to police arrival.


The investigation has revealed that at approximately 5:50 pm, Nov. 28, two pedestrians were walking eastbound in the 5800 block of Ladner Trunk Road on the north side of the road.


“One of the pedestrians then walked across Ladner Trunk Road, heading southbound,” says acting Inspector Ryan Hall, who oversees Traffic Services for Delta Police. “Unfortunately it appears he tripped on the median, and fell into the path of eastbound traffic. He was then struck by a vehicle.”


The driver of the vehicle stayed at the scene, and is cooperating with police. The investigation is being led by Delta Police Traffic Unit.


The deceased man is a Delta resident in his thirties. Next of kin notifications were conducted by police the night of November 28, and victim services are offering support to the family of the deceased.


Any witnesses to this incident who haven’t yet spoken to police are asked to call 604-946-4411 and quote file number 19-27272.

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