Jasper RCMP Respond to Vehicle Vs. Pedestrian Collision

Jasper, Alberta – On July 12, 2017 at approximately 12:50 P.M. Jasper RCMP officers were dispatched to the Athabasca Falls parking lot after a pedestrian had been struck by a vehicle.

On scene, a 40 year old male was transported to Jasper via ambulance and was airlifted to Edmonton by Stars Ambulance.
Police secured the scene and contacted a collision reconstructionist.

This investigation resulted in a 17 year old male being charged under the Traffic Safety Act with careless driving and driving without holding a subsisting operator’s licence.

The 40 year old victim suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries.

Out of respect for the victim’s family and to protect the identity of the young person involved in this incident, police will not be releasing any names.

This investigation resulted in a 17 year old male being charged under the Traffic Safety Act with careless driving and driving without holding a subsisting operator's licence. (RCMP)
This investigation resulted in a 17 year old male being charged under the Traffic Safety Act with careless driving and driving without holding a subsisting operator’s licence. (RCMP)

Jasper RCMP



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