A pedestrian died after being struck be a vehicle Friday night (June 4) at Clearbrook Road and Coral Avenue (Curtis Kreklau / South Fraser News Services)

A pedestrian died after being struck be a vehicle Friday night (June 4) at Clearbrook Road and Coral Avenue (Curtis Kreklau / South Fraser News Services)

VIDEO: Female pedestrian dies after being struck by vehicle in Abbotsford

Collision occurred on Clearbrook Road intersection; driver remained on scene

A pedestrian was fatally struck in Abbotsford on Friday night (June 4).

Emergency services responded to the incident at Clearbrook Road and Coral Avenue just after 10 p.m.

“Sadly, lifesaving efforts were unsuccessful, and the female was confirmed to be deceased,” says a news release from the Abbotsford Police Department (APD).

Police said the driver remained on scene and is co-operating with police. No further information is being released.

A truck was stopped several dozen metres past the impact site, and police covered parts of it to preserve evidence from the rain, a source said.

APD traffic and patrol units, along with RCMP’s Integrated Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Services, were on scene for several hours, blocking off Clearbrook Road in both directions.

Anyone who was in the area and may have dashcam footage is encouraged to call the APD’s non-emergency line: 604-859-5225.

“The APD would like to remind the public to be aware of the road conditions and to drive accordingly, and further remind pedestrians to wear bright or reflecting clothing and use caution when walking on busy highways or roads,” the press release stated.

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A truck was stopped several dozen metres past the impact site, and police covered parts of it to preserve evidence from the rain, a source said. (Curtis Kreklau/South Fraser News Services)

A truck was stopped several dozen metres past the impact site, and police covered parts of it to preserve evidence from the rain, a source said. (Curtis Kreklau/South Fraser News Services)