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Seven-Year-Old Girl on Bike Dies After Being Hit By Car In Scarborough

Tragedy in Scarborough. It makes me sick with sympathy for her family to write about it, so here’s links to a bunch of news articles about it:

Driver who hit 7-year-old was going just 20 km/h
The driver who struck 7-year-old Victoria Jones on a quiet east-end street this week was going half the speed limit and wasn’t talking on his cellphone

Girl dies after being run down in crosswalk
A seven-year-old girl has been killed after being struck by a van while riding her bicycle in a designated crosswalk. Police say a 41-year-old man allegedly
7-year-old girl dies after being struck by a truck
A 7-year-old girl on her bicycle was struck and killed by a construction truck in a quiet east Toronto neighbourhood yesterday afternoon.
Cyclist, 7, dead after being struck by van
A seven-year-old girl is dead after she was struck by a van while riding her bike yesterday. Toronto police say a 41-year-old man was driving along Bay
Girl, 7, fatally struck by car in northeast end
A girl was killed today after being struck by a vehicle in the city’s north-east end. The 7-year-old was hit around noon while crossing in front of 200 Bay
‘She died with the family all together’
The cluster of flowers and stuffed animals grew yesterday at the crosswalk where Victoria Anne Hazel Jones died in her mother’s arms as her
Girl, 7, dies after being struck by vehicle
A seven-year-old girl was killed Tuesday afternoon after being struck by a van while riding her bicycle in the Warden and Sheppard avenues area.
Girl, 7, dies after being struck at crosswalk
Toronto police are investigating after a seven-year-old girl was killed at a crosswalk in the city’s east end in front of her brother.
TO girl, 7, fatally hit by van
A seven-year-old girl has died from her injuries after being struck by a car in Scarborough on Tuesday afternoon. The girl was riding her bike
Eight-Year-Old Girl Critical After Being Hit By A Car In Scarborough
An eight-year-old girl was rushed to hospital without any vital signs Tuesday afternoon after being hit by a car on Bay Mills Boulevard, near Warden and
‘Very tragic end to summer’
The cluster of flowers and stuffed animals grew Wednesday at the crosswalk where Victoria Anne Hazel Jones died in her mother’s

‘Special young lady’ killed at crosswalk
Megan Pettit, left, looks on as tributes to her daughter Victoria Jones, 7, are laid at a memorial on Bay Mills Boulevard on Wednesday morning.

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