Pedestrian struck by car on Brant Street. Driver did not have a valid license. Police lay charges.

By Staff

BURLINGTON, ON  August 9, 2012   A 42 year old Burlington resident, driving without a valid driver’s license, struck a pedestrian who was crossing Brant Street between North Service Road and Mount Forest Drive

The event took place  at  approximately 12:30 am on August 9, when the 25 year old male pedestrian was crossing Brant Street, eastbound, in an uncontrolled location of the roadway. He was struck by a northbound Honda Prelude and was knocked to the pavement.

Police lay charges against unlicensed driver of car that struck pedestrian on Brant Street

The pedestrian was removed from the scene by paramedics and transported to the local hospital where he was treated for non-life threatening injuries.

There was no indication that either the pedestrian or the driver had consumed alcohol.

Jason MURDOCH, age 42 years, of Burlington has been charged driving a motor vehicle with no licence contrary to the Highway Traffic Act.

The investigation is continuing relating to actual causes of the collision.

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