About Toronto’s Weekly Carnage:
Toronto’s Weekly Carnage is inspired by NYC’s Streetsblog Weekly Carnage feature. The aim of this series of posts is to bring attention to the death and destruction wrought by automobiles and an auto-centric culture. Pursuing policies promoting walking, cycling and public transit could help reduce the carnage.
Five students were sent to hospital, one with serious injuries, after a collision between a bus and two cars in Whitchurch-Stouffville this morning.
A stretch of Broadview Avenue near Danforth was closed early Thursday after a car smashed into a pole, bringing down hydro wires. Police say the 70-year-old driver may have suffered a heart attack when he lost control of his car around 4am.
The accident happened around 6:40am on westbound Rutherford Road between Creditstone and Jane. Police say the victim is from the Toronto area and was on his way to work when the deadly crash happened.
Police say the car’s driver crossed over the centre line and collided with the tractor-trailer. It happened around 6pm near Woodbine and Ravenshoe.
Police said two cars were speeding at about 9:30 p.m. when one of the cars drove through a red light on Lawrence Avenue at Midland Avenue and hit a third car. Four people in the speeding car and a woman driving the car that was hit suffered…
The driver apparently suffered some sort of seizure and lost control, going through a red light and hitting the couple and then a pole. The motorist and the two pedestrians were all taken to hospital with non life-threatening injuries.
A firefighter uses a sledgehammer to smash the window of the armored vehicle to try and free two Brinks guards stuck in the back of the truck. Crews had a difficult time trying to free those inside.
A 24-year-old Hamilton man was taken to hospital early today after he was struck by a car on the Queen Elizabeth Way while surveying the damage to his own car from another collision.
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