A pedestrian who was hit by a car on Fortune Drive remains in intensive care at Royal Inland Hospital, her condition listed as critical.
The 20-year-old woman, whose named has not been released, was walking in a crosswalk at Fortune Drive and Leigh Road at around 11:30 a.m. on Friday when she was hit by a northbound car.
"We're still waiting to get an update on the prognosis for the victim," said Kamloops RCMP Staff Sgt. Grant Learned.
No charges had been laid as of Monday against the 85-year-old driver of the small, older-model Pontiac.
"The investigation is still very much ongoing," said Learned.
"One of the factors we're going to be looking at is conducting a full, mechanical inspection of the vehicle. The vehicle has been seized and will be undergoing that process, I suspect, early this week."
Learned said the mechanical inspection is a standard procedure after serious accidents and does not mean the driver mentioned brake failure or sudden acceleration as the cause of the accident.
Police are also awaiting the findings of a detailed reconstruction of the collision, a key component of the investigation, before they recommend charges, if any.
On Friday, RCMP had said there was nothing to suggest speed or alcohol played a part in the incident.