83-year-old woman becomes Vancouvers 6th pedestrian fatality of 2018

83-year-old woman becomes Vancouver\s 6th pedestrian fatality of 2018
83-year-old woman dies in Vancouvers 6th fatal pedestrian accident of the year
Vancouver police say an 83-year-old pedestrian died Wednesday after being hit by a black pickup truck while she was crossing East 30th Avenue on the east side of Main Street.

According to police, the truck was making a right turn onto Main Street at the time of the collision and struck the woman at a low speed.

Vancouver police investigate pedestrian death in east Vancouver

She was taken to hospital but died a short time later. It is the sixth pedestrian fatality in Vancouver in 2018.

Now, police are asking anyone is asking anyone with dash-cam footage, who may have been driving in the area on Wednesday morning, between 11:20 and 11:40 am, to contact them.

Woman dies after being hit by pickup truck in Vancouver

Police are asking anyone with dashcam footage or who may have been driving in the area Wednesday morning between 11:20 and 11:40 a.m. PT to contact them at 604-717-3012.

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An 83-year-old Vancouver woman was walking across East 30th Avenue near the east side of Main Street on Wednesday morning when she was hit by a black pick-up truck making a right-turn at a low speed. John Kenney / Postmedia

An 83-year-old Vancouver woman was walking across East 30th Avenue near the east side of Main Street on Wednesday morning when she was hit by a black pickup truck making a right turn at a low speed.

Paramedics took her to hospital where she died a short time later. This is the city’s sixth pedestrian fatality of 2018, according to a statement by the Vancouver police.

Vancouver police are investigating after an elderly woman was hit and killed while crossing Main Street Wednesday morning.

The VPD’s collision investigation unit is asking anyone with dash-cam footage, or who may have been in the area on Wednesday between 11:20 and 11:40 a.m., to contact them at 604-717-3012.