RCMP members block off a section of Buena Vista Avenue in White Rock

Buena Vista Avenue closed after elderly pedestrian struck

White Rock RCMP have closed Buena Vista Avenue between Habgood and Kent streets.

A section of Buena Vista Avenue in White Rock is closed this morning after an elderly woman was struck by a vehicle.

According to White Rock RCMP, the incident took place just after 7 a.m. at the intersection of Buena Vista Avenue and Kent Street.

The senior was transported to a hospital via BC Ambulance. The status of her condition is unknown.

The driver of the vehicle remained on scene until police arrived.

RCMP members had Buena Vista Avenue – between Habgood Street to the east and Kent Street to the west – closed to traffic for most of the morning.

As of Monday, there was no update on the women’s condition from White Rock RCMP.

More to come….

 

– with files from Nick Greenizan

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