The pedestrian was crossing mid-block near Prince Edward Street around 7 p.m. Saturday when a grey Honda Civic headed west hit him.
According to a written statement from Vancouver police, the man was walking north, crossing East 57th Avenue in the middle of the block near Prince Edward Street just after 7 p.m. when he was struck by a grey Honda Civic driving west.
Pedestrian dies after being struck in East Vancouver
“The driver of the Honda remained on scene and is co-operating with investigators,” said VPD spokesman Sgt. Jason Robillard in a release. “Alcohol does not appear to be a factor.”
East 57th was closed in both directions between Fraser Street and St. George Street late Saturday, and was expected to remain so for a few hours.
The driver remained on the scene and is cooperating with investigators. Police say alcohol does not appear to be a factor in the crash.
Pedestrian dies after being hit by vehicle in South Vancouver
Anyone with information or who has dash-cam video is asked to call the VPD collision investigation unit at 604-717-3012.
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Vancouver police are investigating after a collision between a car and a pedestrian claimed the life of a 38-year-old Vancouver man Saturday evening.
Just after 7 p.m., police say a pedestrian was walking north across East 57 Avenue near Prince Edward Street, when a grey Honda Civic driving west struck the pedestrian.
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The driver of the Honda remained on scene and is cooperating with investigators. Alcohol does not appear to be a factor, police said.
East 57 Avenue was closed in both directions between Fraser Street and St. George Street for several hours.
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Anyone with information about this collision, including dash-cam video, is asked to call the VPD’s Collision Investigation Unit.