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Police seek identity of pedestrian struck by a vehicle in northeast Calgary

Police hope to identify a man who sustained serious injuries in a head-on collision on July 30. 

The man was struck by a vehicle at approximately 4:30 a.m. after the man ran out into the road and into the path of a 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe on the 7500 block of 36 Street NE.

The man was transported to hospital, where he remains, after suffering significant injuries from the collision which flung him approximately 40 metres, according to police.

The Hyundai, which struck the man, was being operated by a woman in her 40s travelling north on 36 Street NE, police said. The woman driver wasn’t injured, said CPS.

The Calgary Police Service said that they have exhausted all avenues to identify the man, and are now seeking information from the public. 

Police have described the man as approximately 30 years old, with medium skin tone, short dark hair and no facial hair.

The man’s most prominent identifiers are two tattoos, one that reads ‘888’ in light blue ink on his front right knee and a heart-shaped Canadian flag on his forearm.

CPS have requested that anyone who may have witnessed the incident, have dashcam footage or have information to help identify the man contact them by calling (403)-266-1234. Tips can also be reported to Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-222-8477, through their website at www.calgarycrimestoppers.org or on the app P3 Tips.