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Police seek driver of second vehicle at crash scene

Police have learned there was a second vehicle following a 1989 red Chevrolet Cavilier that hit a 55-year-old Lytton man in downtown Kamloops at about 11:20 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 30.

The driver of the vehicle stopped behind the Caviiier momentarily in the 200-block of Victoria Street, then maneuvered around it and continued driving westbound.

It is unknown if the driver of the second vehicle had witnessed the crash or was aware the pedestrian had been hit and was was lying on the roadway in front of the Cavilier

Mounties want to speak to the potential witness and are asking the driver of the vehicle to contact them. Anyone with information is asked to contact Const. Elgee of the Kamloops RCMP traffic section at 250-828-3000.

The pedestrian, who was wearing dark clothing at the time, was jaywalking when he was struck. He suffered minor injuries.

 

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