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Update: Two pedestrians sent to hospital in Richmond collision on Saturday

Investigation into the collision at No. 4 and Williams roads is still active and ongoing.
A Richmond collision involved two vehicles and three pedestrians over the weekend.

Two pedestrians were sent to the hospital with "significant injuries" after a collision on Saturday afternoon.

Richmond RCMP officers responded to a collision around 1:20 p.m. on June 22 involving two vehicles and three pedestrians at No. 4 and Williams roads.

A grey Toyota Tundra was heading southbound on No. 4 Road and it had just passed the intersection on a green light when a black Ford Edge hit it. The Ford Edge had turned right onto No. 4 Road from eastbound Williams Road.

The Ford Edge went onto the sidewalk and hit two of the three pedestrians.

The two pedestrians were taken to Richmond Hospital with significant injuries, according to Cpl. Adriana O'Malley, spokesperson of the Richmond RCMP.

"One pedestrian has since been released from hospital with injuries to the foot, leg and abdomen. The other pedestrian still remains in hospital," said O'Malley.

Both drivers stayed at the scene and are cooperating with police.

The investigation of the accident is still active and ongoing under the direction of the Richmond RCMP Criminal Collision Investigation Team with the help of the Lower Mainland Integrated Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Service.

Anyone who saw the incident or has information on the incident is asked to call Richmond RCMP at 604-278-1212 quoting file number 2024-19457.

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