Driver Strikes Two Pedestrians in St-Laurent, Leaving Them in Critical Condition

Montreal – Two pedestrians sustained critical injuries after being hit by a car in the Ville St-Laurent borough of Montreal on Sunday afternoon.

Around 2:35 pm, a 28-year-old driver exiting a parking lot struck a 19-year-old woman on the sidewalk of Côte-de-Liesse Rd., according to police.

Two pedestrians critically injured by driver in St-Laurent

The car then hit a streetlamp, which fell and struck a 23-year-old male pedestrian.

Both victims were rushed to the hospital in critical condition – the woman with lower body injuries and the man with upper body injuries.

The driver, who was unhurt, remained at the scene. Police say charges are possible pending an investigation.

A security perimeter was established and collision investigators analyzed the scene to determine what led the driver to mount the sidewalk and hit the two pedestrians, leaving them critically injured.

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