A 16-year-old pedestrian in North Bay was injured Oct. 30 when they intentionally walked into traffic and was struck by an ambulance heading east.

In a news release Monday, North Bay Ontario Provincial Police said they were called at 10:15 p.m. and "responded to a report of a pedestrian jumping into traffic on Highway 17, just east of the hospital in North Bay."

The ambulance driver was not able to avoid the collision, police said.

"The ambulance was not responding to a call for service at the time, nor was it transporting a patient," the release said.

The 16-year-old from Nipissing First Nation was taken to hospital with minor injuries, police said. Both Paramedics were not injured.

Two OPP collision reconstructionists arrived the scene to assist with the investigation.

"The investigation is completed," police said. "No charges will be laid in this incident."