Pedestrian Struck By Vehicle and Injured


(THUNDER BAY, ON) – The Thunder Bay Police Service are seeking assistance from the public to locate a motor vehicle and driver involved in a fail to remain collision involving a pedestrian.

On December 19th, 2018, at 11:45 pm, Thunder Bay Police responded to the intersection of John Street at Memorial Avenue for the report of a motor vehicle collision which had just occurred.


Police received information that a female pedestrian was walking southbound on Memorial Avenue crossing John Street, with the right of way, when a black 4 door car approached the intersection travelling eastbound on John Street.

The pedestrian reported that there were two males who were yelling at her from within the vehicle as they attempted to squeeze between the pedestrian and the curb to make a right turn, southbound onto Memorial Avenue. In the process of making the turn, the vehicle struck the pedestrian, knocking her to the ground. The vehicle did not stop and continued southbound on Memorial Avenue.

Thankfully the pedestrian suffered only minor physical injuries as a result of the collision.


The investigation is ongoing.

If anyone was in the area at the time of this incident or has any information of the identity of this vehicle or driver, please contact the Thunder Bay Police at 807-684-1200 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, online at

Source: TBPS


2 Replies to “Pedestrian Struck By Vehicle and Injured”

  1. Don’t want to offend anybody or sound racist, but have you ever seen how they drive in India and Pakistan? Thunder Bay resembles the 407 in Toronto but there’s less intersections there! Go to LU campus and watch as the cars race around like they’re on a Tyco car track and some of the vehicles even glow. Just amazes me how total disregard for laws and regulations are thrown out the window. You want to surf? Beautiful lake there and beautiful ski hills…go surf there. Just sayin’

    1. FWborn, Pardom me but what has India and Pakistan have to do with this. Today I counted 6 vehicles running red lights and I mean RED lights and probably not East Asian drivers.
      We really need better traffic enforcement including charging drivers of trucks with tires sticking out past the fenders and vehicles having only one headlight and of course the speeders and red light runners etc. It seems as though people just do whatever they want in this town. I am sure the TBPS is overwhelmed with other issues so traffic gets put on the back burner. Maybe what we need is what they have in other countries and that is a second level of police that do nothing but traffic, don’t carry guns and work at a lower pay scale. One other issue is that traffic fine money should stay in Thunder Bay and not go to Toronto. That might be incentive enough alone to increase traffic enforcement.

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