Woman hit by vehicle while ordering candy in rural Nova Scotia – Halifax | The Canadian News

The West Hants RCMP is seeking information related to a hit and run that injured a woman on October 31.

In a statement, police said that between 7 and 8 p.m., a woman was trick-or-treating with her son on Underwood Road in Garlands Crossing, NS.

The two stopped at a house at the intersection of Underwood Road and Jared Court. While the boy was receiving a gift, police said the woman was suddenly struck from behind by a vehicle.

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The woman fell to the ground and suffered injuries as a result of the collision.

“The vehicle involved continued to drive down Underwood Rd. Toward Hwy. 14 and did not stop at the scene,” the RCMP said in a statement.

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The vehicle is described as small, old, and dark in color with a white marking near the trunk area.

Anyone who was on Underwood Road at the time of the incident, or who has information that could identify the vehicle or driver, should contact the West Hants RCMP.


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