Pastor George Ewald (far left) leads about 50 people in prayer during Friday afternoon's curbside vigil to remember Carol Humchitt. The 49-year-old Port Hardy woman succumbed to injuries she suffered after being struck by a van at at Park Drive and Highland Drive Tuesday night. Police are investigating the collision and said Friday it's unknown if charges will be laid against the 62-year-old Port Hardy driver of the van.

Pedestrian killed while crossing road remembered

Pastor George Ewald (far left) leads people in prayer during Friday afternoon's curbside vigil to remember Port Hardy Carol Humchitt.

  • Mar. 11, 2012 7:00 a.m.

Pastor George Ewald (far left) leads about 50 people in prayer during Friday afternoon’s curbside vigil to remember Carol Humchitt.The 49-year-old  Port Hardy woman  succumbed to injuries she suffered after being struck by a van at  at Park Drive and Highland Drive Tuesday night.Police are investigating the collision and said Friday it’s unknown if charges will be laid against the 62-year-old Port Hardy driver of the van.

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