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Two pedestrians in Richmond were hospitalized with serious injuries over the weekend after a vehicle ended up on the sidewalk following a collision with another vehicle.

In a news release seeking witness statements Wednesday, Richmond miners said the accident occurred around 1:20 p.m. Saturday near 4th and Williams streets.

Police said a gray Toyota Tundra was traveling south on No. 4 Road when it was struck by a black Ford Edge at the intersection with Williams Road. The driver of the Ford was reportedly traveling east on Williams Road before turning right onto No. 4 Road.

As a result of the collision, the Ford landed on the sidewalk and hit two pedestrians.

“The two pedestrians sustained significant injuries and were transported to a local hospital for treatment,” the Richmond RCMP said in a press release. “One pedestrian has since been released from hospital with injuries to his foot, leg and abdomen. The other pedestrian remains in hospital.”

The drivers remained on scene and are cooperating with the investigation, police said. Investigators said driver impairment was probably not a factor in the accident.

Anyone who witnessed the incident or has relevant information is asked to call the Richmond Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) at 604-278-1212.