Bus driver charged in death of Kingston pedestrian

A Kingston, Ont., bus driver has been charged under the Highway Traffic Act after a pedestrian was struck and killed last week.

Andrew Douglas Serres, 32, identified as man killed last week

Kingston police have identified Andrew Douglas Serres, 32, as the pedestrian killed in a crash involving a Kingston Transit bus on Nov. 3, 2017. (Paul Jay/CBC)

A Kingston Transit bus driver has been charged under the Highway Traffic Act after a pedestrian was struck and killed last week.

The bus was heading west on John Counter Boulevard on the morning of Nov. 3 when it turned left toward Leroy Grant Drive and struck the pedestrian, police said at the time.

The man was identified yesterday as 32-year-old Andrew Douglas Serres.

Kingston police said the bus driver had been charged with failing to yield.

In a statement, the City of Kingston said the driver had not yet returned to work.