WINNIPEG —; Six pedestrians have died in collisions with vehicles in Winnipeg so far in 2015, according to the Winnipeg Police Service.
That’s almost as many pedestrian fatalities as in all of 2014.
The all-time low over the last five years was in 2013 when only two pedestrians died after being struck.
Pedestrian fatalities by the year since 2010:
2014 —; 7 fatalities2013 —; 2 fatalities2012 —; 6 fatalities2011 —; 5 fatalities2010 —; 7 fatalities
2015 has seen four of its six pedestrian fatalities happen on two days: two on April 7 and two on July 30. During the winter months, no fatalities occurred: the first incident of the year happened on April 7.
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All of the fatalities so far this year happened north of Main Street and Portage Avenue.
Six fatality locations in Winnipeg in 2015, click for more information:
August 14: Austin StreetREAD: Another pedestrian hit, killed by car in WinnipegJuly 30: King Street and Logan AvenueREAD: Pedestrian killed on King Street was Siloam Mission stafferJuly 30: Arlington Street and William AvenueREAD: Police seek witnesses in fatal pedestrian MVC at Arlington and WilliamApril 7: McPhilips Street just south of Jefferson AvenueREAD: Pedestrian killed at Garden City intersection Tuesday nightApril 7: Keewatin Street and Burrows AvenueREAD: Pedestrian killed by Winnipeg Transit bus at Burrows and KeewatinMay 4: Bunting Street and Inkster BoulevardREAD: Winnipeg hit-and-run victim Chris Nero dies