SASKATOON – A man was killed after a pedestrian crash Saturday in Saskatoon. At around 7:45 p.m. CT, police were called to a motor vehicle collision involving a pedestrian at the intersection of Diefenbaker Drive and Vanier Crescent.

Police say the vehicle was travelling eastbound when it collided with the man.

The man was taken to Royal University Hospital with life-threatening injuries and was later pronounced dead. His name and age have not been released.

Collision analysts were called to the crash scene to assist with the ongoing investigation.

READ MORE: Pedestrian dead after being hit by truck in Saskatoon

It is the second time in less than a week a pedestrian has been killed in Saskatoon.

On Sept. 15, a man was killed after he was struck by a half-ton truck on Wanuskewin Road north of 71st Street.



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