Police lay no charges after pedestrian struck at King and James

Police issue an update to the collision that delayed and detoured traffic through the core on Thursday afternoon.

Injuries to 17-year-old pedestrian were serious but non-life-threatening, police say

Hamilton police will not lay any charges against the driver of a vehicle who struck a pedestrian on Thursday.

The 17-year-old pedestrian, previously described as in his 20s, was crossing James Street without the right of way when he was struck by a vehicle going south, police said Friday.

He suffered serious injuries and was rushed to the hospital. His injuries have been determined to be non-life-threatening, police say.