Police Locate Vehicle Involved in Fatal Edmonton Crash but Driver Remains at Large

Edmonton Police Service has located the vehicle involved in a tragic pedestrian accident that claimed the life of an individual on Monday night. However, despite finding the 2009 Volkswagen Routan, the search for the responsible driver continues.

The owner of the stolen vehicle promptly reported the incident to the Edmonton Police Service on Tuesday. After a thorough investigation, the authorities discovered the car on Tuesday night, in a damaged state, within the vicinity of 62 Street and 148 Avenue.

Eyewitnesses at the scene stated that the victim was walking against the light, crossing west across the northbound lanes of Victoria Trail, when they were tragically struck. The driver of the vehicle reportedly fled the scene at a high speed, heading in the northbound direction on Victoria Trail.

Law enforcement officials are urging anyone with information regarding the identity or whereabouts of the driver to come forward and assist with the ongoing investigation. They are seeking the public’s help in bringing justice to the victim and their family.


Q: What kind of vehicle was involved in the crash?
A: The vehicle involved in the crash was a 2009 Volkswagen Routan.

Q: Was the vehicle stolen?
A: Yes, the owner of the vehicle reported it as stolen to the Edmonton Police Service.

Q: Has the driver been located?
A: No, the driver involved in the crash is still at large. Police are actively searching for them and seeking information from the public.

Q: Was the pedestrian crossing at a designated crosswalk?
A: Based on witness testimonies, the pedestrian was crossing against the light and not at a designated crosswalk.

Q: How can individuals provide information to the police?
A: Anyone with information about the driver or the incident is urged to call the police and provide their assistance.