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Pedestrian struck in New Westminster left lying in street while cars swerved around him

Police are investigating a potential hit and run after a pedestrian was found lying on Brunette Avenue in New Westminster.

Man found prone on Brunette Avenue after a possible hit and run in New Westminster

New Westminster officer at pedestrian accident (Rafferty Baker/CBC)

A pedestrian was found lying on Brunette Avenue in New Westminister late Saturday night, and police are investigating the incident as a possible hit and run.

Officers from the New Westminster Police Department were called at 11:30 p.m. on Nov. 28 by witnesses who described a man on the road, with cars swerving around him.

The victim is believed to be 25 to 40 years old, and was found in the 400-block of Brunette Ave. 

New Westminster police investigate along Brunette Ave. where a man was found apparently hit, and left in the road. (Rafferty Baker/CBC)
New Westminster police are investigating a possible hit-and-run on Brunette Ave. (Rafferty Baker/CBC)


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