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Two pedestrians killed in Chatham-Kent collision

The sign outside Chatham-Kent police headquarters in Chatham, Ont. (Courtesy Chatham-Kent police) The sign outside Chatham-Kent police headquarters in Chatham, Ont. (Courtesy Chatham-Kent police)
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Emergency crews responded to a motor vehicle collision on Charing Cross Road and Horton Line just after 7 p.m. Saturday.

Police said a vehicle traveling north on Charing Cross Road struck two pedestrians.

Responding emergency personnel attempted life saving measures, but police said both women, a 66 year old and a 68 year old, succumbed to their injuries. A post-mortem examination has been scheduled.

The Chatham-Kent Police Service is extending condolences to the families during this difficult time.

The investigation is ongoing.

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