10:51 on Oct. 31
One man is dead after a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle at the intersection of Elm Street and Notre Dame/Paris.
The man was the pedestrian, and he was transported to hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. His identity is not being released by police at this time.
The collision is still under investigation. Further updates will be made through the traffic management unit.
The intersection is now open to traffic.
Police are currently on scene of a collision involving a pedestrian and a vehicle at the intersection of Notre Dame/Paris and Elm streets, said Greater Sudbury Police Service.
Access to Elm Street from Lloyd Street is blocked.
Traffic northbound on Paris is being rerouted away from the intersection.
An updated news release is expected shortly, said media relations officer Const. Meghan O'Malley.
Police are also investigating a second collision on Municipal Road 80 at Valley View Road. Motorists should expect slowdowns at that intersection.
Motorists are encouraged to consider alternate routes.