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Prince Albert crash that left pedestrian dead was accidental, police say

A Prince Albert Police Service car is pictured in the file photo. (Prince Albert Police Service) A Prince Albert Police Service car is pictured in the file photo. (Prince Albert Police Service)
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A fatal collision between a vehicle and a pedestrian last fall was accidental, according to Prince Albert police.

The crash just before 1:30 a.m. in the 500 block of 28th Street East claimed the life of Stewart Fleury, 67, a police news release said.

After "extensive investigation", police found the crash was non-criminal and accidental. The Crown also reviewed the circumstances surrounding the crash.

Police said Fleury's family consented to the release of his name.

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