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Pedestrian hit in McDonald's parking lot

By: Amy Crofts

  |  Posted: Tuesday, Feb 18, 2014 03:58 pm

PEDESTRIAN STRUCK - Members of the St. Albert RCMP discuss the scene of a collision between a pedestrian and a vehicle in the parking lot of McDonald's near downtown St. Albert on Tuesday afternoon. A 55-year-old woman was taken to Edmonton via ambulance with undisclosed injuries.
PEDESTRIAN STRUCK - Members of the St. Albert RCMP discuss the scene of a collision between a pedestrian and a vehicle in the parking lot of McDonald's near downtown St. Albert on Tuesday afternoon. A 55-year-old woman was taken to Edmonton via ambulance with undisclosed injuries.
CHRIS COLBOURNE/St. Albert Gazette

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A woman is in hospital after she was struck in the parking lot of McDonald's Restaurant at 369 St. Albert Trail on Tuesday afternoon.

The incident occurred around 2:50 p.m.

She was transported to hospital with undisclosed injuries.

Six police cruisers were on scene, as was fire services and ambulance.

The incident is still being investigated.

No further details will be available until tomorrow as this investigation is still in its very initial stages.


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