Sooke road and kelly road where the incident occured (Google Maps)

Pedestrian taken to hospital after being struck in Colwood Saturday night

Emergency services were called at 10:20pm to Sooke Road and Kelly Road

A pedestrian was taken to the hospital after being struck by a vehicle in Colwood last night.

Colwood Fire received a call about a single pedestrian being struck at 10:20 p.m. on Kelly Road and Sooke Road. An off-duty nurse was on-scene performing CPR prior to emergency services’ arrival, Assistant Fire Chief Greg Chow said.

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The patient was conscious when an ambulance took them to hospital, Chow said, adding nine personnel were on scene for an hour.

Information on the driver was not immediately available, but Chow said the vehicle remained on site.

swikar.oli@goldstreamgazette.com


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