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Data reveals where pedestrians are struck most in Kamloops

Tranquille Road and 12th Street on the North Shore and Notre Dame Drive and Summit Drive in Sahali have emerged as the most dangerous intersections for pedestrians in Kamloops, according to new data from ICBC.

Tranquille Road and 12th Street on the North Shore and Notre Dame Drive and Summit Drive in Sahali have emerged as the most dangerous intersections for pedestrians in Kamloops, according to new data from ICBC.

The new research, which examined the number of vehicle crashes involving pedestrians between 2013 and 2017, shows five casualty crashes occurred at Tranquille and 12th during that five-year span.

ICBC said “casualty crashes” are collisions between vehicles and pedestrians that result in death or injury.

The second-most dangerous Kamloops intersection for pedestrians is Seymour Street and Fourth Avenue downtown.

A number of intersections registered three casualty crashes between 2013 and 2017, including those seen on the map on this page.

pedestrians struck 2013-2017
Source: Sean Brady/KTW