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Downtown streets reopen following vehicle-pedestrian collision (update)

Halifax Regional Police have reopened streets in downtown Halifax following a vehicle-pedestrian collision near Prince and Barrington streets
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Halifax Regional Police have reopened streets in downtown Halifax following a vehicle-pedestrian collision near Prince and Barrington streets.

They had to shut down Barrington Street between George and Sackville, and Prince Street between Granville and Argyle Thursday afternoon for their investigation.

Police have not yet released details about the crash.




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