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Pedestrian hit by driver without lights on at night: Halifax police

The RCMP say the man was crossing at a residential street in Lower Sackville when he was hit.

Halifax police are investigating after a pedestrian was struck by a driver who didn’t have their lights on at night.

The RCMP say around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, a 23-year-old man was walking along Zinck Avenue in Lower Sackville when he began crossing the street at Dickey Drive and was struck by an on-coming vehicle.

“The victim was not able to identify anything about the vehicle, only that it did not have its lights on,” a police statement reads.

The driver fled the scene and the 23-year-old was walked home and called police.

Paramedics showed up as well and the victim didn’t require any medical help.

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