Passers-by, ambulance paramedics, fire and police attended to a man who was riding a scooter in the intersection of 204 Street and 54 Avenue in Langley City when he was hit by a car Wednesday morning. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

Man in scooter hit by car in Langley City (updated)

Crosswalk crash closes street

An older man in a scooter was involved in a collision with a car in Langley City Wednesday morning.

It happened near the crosswalk at 204 Street and 54 Avenue about 10 a.m.

The impact knocked the man off his scooter and resulted in an apparently minor head injury that required a precautionary trip to hospital, police said.

The car remained at the scene.

204 Street was closed to traffic.

Ambulances, police and fire units responded and passers-by also assisted the man.

No criminal charges are expected.

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