Everyone is being asked to be extra cautious on the roads after a recent collision.

The Timmins Police Service says Thursday’s collision with a pedestrian marks the 10th one in town since the beginning January. Communications Coordinator Kate Cantin says there will be more action on the streets as the weather warms up.

Cantin says there are a few things drivers need to remember as well.

She says fines for offenses involving pedestrians can range from $150 to $500 and three demerit points. Cantin adds these fines double in Community Safety Zones.