A pedestrian was injured Monday morning after a collision with a vehicle on Best Avenue

UPDATE: 10-year-old boy taken to hospital after being struck by vehicle in Mission

Mission RCMP say boy suffered minor injuries, was clipped while walking on crosswalk.

A 10-year-old boy has been taken to Abbotsford Regional Hospital after being struck by a vehicle in Mission on Monday (Sept. 12) morning.

Mission RCMP, BC Ambulance Service and Mission Fire Rescue Service were all on scene.

The boy received minor injuries including scrapes and bruises.

A spokesperson for the Mission RCMP said the driver of the vehicle turned a corner and hit the boy who was walking in the crosswalk at Best Avenue and Cade Barr Street.

The driver was issued with violation tickets.

This is the second accident involving a school age student and a vehicle in the past five days.

On Thursday afternoon (Sept. 8) a cyclist collided with a vehicle  at the corner of Dewdney Trunk Road and Stave Lake Street. The cyclist was taken to hospital by air ambulance, but it was reported that the injuries were not life-threatening.

Mission RCMP want to remind motorists, cyclists and pedestrians to be more aware when on the road. Now that school is back in session, school zones are becoming busier.


Just Posted

Police investigate sexual assault of teen girl in Abbotsford

Incident occurred Wednesday night along Oriole Crescent

Bad behaviour to lead to expulsion at Abbotsford council

New rules lay out how a member can be booted from a meeting

More extreme weather beds needed in Mission

Council allocates another $5,000 to help keep people safe, warm and dry

Input sought for road works for Maple Ridge

Consultation on Haney Bypass upgrades

Trial begins for man charged with 2010 murder of Mandy Johnson

Langley single mom was fatally shot while in vehicle in Abbotsford

B.C. cougar kitten rescued after mother struck by vehicle

Conservation Officers find home for young kitten found dehydrated and frostbitten near Williams Lake

WestJet appeals lost bid to scrap harassment lawsuit

Airline argues judge was wrong to have dismissed the company’s application to strike the legal action

Can U.S. border guards search your phone? Yes, and here’s how

Secretary of homeland security explains a new policy that let’s border guards check phones

‘Beautiful writer’ Nancy Richler dies of cancer in Vancouver hospital

Montreal-born author spent most of her adult life in B.C. as a fiction writer and novelist

B.C. commuters vote to rename bus service to ‘Jeff’

The company asked and the people of Facebook answered

Students frustrated by UBCO response to harassment allegations

Students on the Kelowna campus were unaware of resources and worried about lack of communication

Sexsmith set to suit up for Giants

Vancouver signs ninth overall pick in 2017 WHL bantam draft

Women’s March Canada Fraser Valley slated for Saturday morning

It’s a march for women’s rights and social justice for the most marginalized

White Rock plans to effectively ban legal pot dispensaries

Opponent says the plan is inspired by ‘a real right-wing mentality’

Most Read