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Woman, 49, struck by car in Rosemont

A woman was struck by a car in Rosemont Tuesday morning and treated for minor injuries (image: Matthew Krisko) A woman was struck by a car in Rosemont Tuesday morning and treated for minor injuries (image: Matthew Krisko)
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A 49-year-old woman was struck by a vehicle in the Rosemont neighbourhood on Tuesday.

The collision took place near the intersection of St-Michel boulevard and Bellechasse street at 7:30 a.m., according to Montreal police spokesperson Sabrina Gauthier. 

The driver was on St-Michel as the pedestrian was crossing the street at Bellechasse when she was struck.

The woman was taken to hospital, but her injuries are not life-threatening, said police. Gauthier said she is being treated for a broken arm.

No charges are being laid against the driver, said Gauthier.

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