Pedestrian struck by Grand River Transit bus
Published Saturday, September 8, 2012 11:16AM EDT
Waterloo Regional Police says a 17-year-old man was struck by a Grand River Transit bus Friday afternoon. It happened in front of the Davis Centre on the ring road at the University of Waterloo's campus.
The young man was taken to Grand River Hospital, the extent of his injuries are not yet known. Police say they're still investigating exactly what happened.
On Saturday, police say an 18-year-old girl was hit by a car on Central Street near Albert in Waterloo. In both cases the victims were students.
Sergeant Fred Gregory says "[Pedestrians need to] cross where it's lawful to do so and my advice for motorists is be careful and watch out for pedestrians, cyclists, other people using the roadways...The fines can range from $55 to $110 depending on what the violations may be."
Paramedics & Fire fighters work on a man struck by a GRT bus on campus at the University of Waterloo, Sept. 7, 2012. (Photo credit: Ross Howey)
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