Robert Carreau of Rosseau was struck and killed while running on Highway 141 Nov. 2/20. (Facebook)

Ontario Provincial Police have identified the victim of a fatal collision involving a motor vehicle and a pedestrian on Highway 141 west of Rosseau in Seguin Township.

OPP has identified the victim as Robert Carreau, 43, from Rosseau. The collision occurred at around 6:30 a.m., police said.

Carreau was the head of school at Rosseau Lake College, independent co-ed day and boarding school for Grades 6-12.

"Rosseau Lake College is devastated by the loss of our Head of School, Robert Carreau early this morning. Our hearts and prayers are with his family. We are taking care of each other on campus today but are also here for the greater RLC community of alumni, parents and friends," said the school in an Instagram post.

"A silver four-door sports utility vehicle was travelling westbound on Highway 141 when it collided and fatally injured a pedestrian," police said Monday afternoon. "The highway remains closed while officers continue their investigation." 

Original story:

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) say a pedestrian was struck and killed by a vehicle on Highway 141 in Seguin Township, southeast of Parry Sound, Monday.

It happened west of Rosseau around 6:30 a.m. Monday, police said in a news release.

"Police confirm the pedestrian involved in the collision was pronounced deceased. Further information may be released after next of kin notifications have been completed," said Joe Scali, OPP media officer. "OPP North East Region Technical Collision Investigation unit (TCI) is assisting in the investigation."

Scali said an investigation is ongoing and charges are pending.

Motorists should expect delays in the area.

More to come on this tragic incident, check back for more details.

#WestParrySoundOPP currently investigating a motor vehicle collision involving a pedestrian on Hwy 141 west of Rosseau. Expect delays traveling in this area.^js pic.twitter.com/6TVaINnWHL

— OPP North East Region (@OPP_NER) November 2, 2020