Male pedestrian dead after Scarborough hit-and-run collision


    A male pedestrian is dead after a hit-and-run collision within the space of Freeway 2A and Kingston Highway in Scarborough in a single day Thursday, police and paramedics stated. 

    Emergency crews had been known as to the scene, close to the Kingston Highway bypass, shortly earlier than 1 a.m. for a report that an individual had been struck. 

    Paramedics discovered the sufferer unconscious, and he was pronounced dead on the scene. A spokesperson for Toronto paramedics didn’t have his age. 

    The motive force left the scene, police stated in a sequence of posts on social media. No details about a attainable suspect car was offered. 

    Toronto police’s site visitors providers division is investigating. Quite a few street closures are in place, together with the on-ramp to Freeway 401 at Port Union Highway. Kingston Highway eastbound to Freeway 2A is closed to site visitors, and Freeway 2A westbound between Lawson Highway and Freeway 401 is blocked.



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