A pedestrian has been taken to hospital with injuries that do not appear to be serious after being struck near the beginning of the Victoria Day Parade. (Wolf Depner/Victoria News Staff)

Pedestrian struck, taken to hospital near beginning of Victoria Day Parade

Injuries do not appear to be serious

One person has been taken to hospital after reports of a pedestrian being struck at Cloverdale Avenue and Douglas Street.

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Saanich Police Cst. Dion Birtwistle says the male involved was taken to hospital with injuries that do not appear to be serious at this stage and the investigation continues.

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The incident happened near the beginning of the Victoria Day parade but police could not say what if any role that played.

More to come.



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