Ambulance arrived on the scene Thursday to assist a woman who had been struck by a vehicle. The woman sustained minor injuries.

RCMP Report: Pedestrian struck on 9th Ave. N

A woman suffered minor injuries after she was struck by a vehicle downtown on the afternoon of Oct. 16.

Pedestrian struck by vehicle

A woman suffered minor injuries after she was struck by a vehicle on the afternoon of Oct. 16. The woman was reportedly crossing at the crosswalk near the post office when a vehicle, turning onto 9th Ave. N, struck her. No charges had been laid as of Friday. The file remains under investigation.

Accident on Hwy. 95

Also on Oct. 16, police were called to a single vehicle accident south of Harrogate. A tractor trailer went off the road and left the male driver trapped in the vehicle behind the steering wheel. The truck was loaded with processed lumber.

A specialized tow truck was used to extract the driver out of the vehicle, who remained in stable condition in hospital as of Friday. The accident led to a two hour closure of the highway.

Heather Hill accident

A semi loaded with produce rolled over the morning of Oct. 16 near Heather Hill. The accident remains under investigation. No injuries were reported.

Prowler scared away

Police received a report on Oct. 10 of a potential break and enter in the King Cr. area. The owners spotted the suspect on their porch in the early hours of the morning. Startled, the individual fled the scene. The incident comes a week after a break and enter in the same neighbourhood. Anyone with any information is asked to contact police.

Election tampering

Police received a report that some of the election signs had been removed or damaged. The report came from one of the municipal election candidates.

 

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