No charges after pedestrian hit on Robie Street
It's not clear who had right-of-way, police say
A pedestrian and car collided in Halifax Tuesday night, but no one will be charged.
At 10:20 p.m., a 48-year-old man driving a car south on Robie Street turned left onto Bell Road, where he struck a man, 22, crossing the street.
The pedestrian was treated in hospital for injuries.
"The investigation of the incident was not able to determine who had the right of way at the time of the accident, so no charges have been laid against either the driver or the pedestrian," said Staff Sgt. Reid McCoombs.
"It was a very rainy night with poor visibility, which would have been a contributing factor in the accident."