No charges in North Bay fatal pedestrian collision

North Bay Provincial Police say no charges will be laid following a fatal vehicle-pedestrian collision over the weekend.

North Bay Provincial Police say no charges will be laid following a fatal vehicle-pedestrian collision over the weekend.

On Saturday, police say a vehicle was travelling on Highway 63, when it struck 23-year-old Kassandra Bond-Bolton.

Police report she was wearing dark clothing and was walking in an unlit part of the highway — and the driver did not see the woman in time.

Officers are reminding pedestrians to walk facing traffic and wear light coloured, reflective clothing.

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