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CanadaToronto police find vehicle allegedly involved in hit and run at TTC streetcar shelter

00:50  16 april  2019
00:50  16 april  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

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The Toronto Transit Commission said the collision prompted the TTC to divert the 506 Carlton streetcar temporarily but regular service has resumed. Toronto police have taped off the transit shelter as they continue to search for witnesses and security camera video.

A suspect vehicle in a downtown hit - and - run on April 14, 2019 is seen in this surveillance camera image released Police said the victim was standing at the intersection of College Street and Spadina Avenue at a TTC Investigators said the driver of the vehicle involved in the crash fled the scene.

Toronto police find vehicle allegedly involved in hit and run at TTC streetcar shelter © James Morrison-Collalto/CBC Police are still appealing for help from the public in identifying the driver of a vehicle involved in the hit and run.

Toronto police have found a vehicle believed to be involved in a hit and run on the weekend that has left a man in life-threatening condition.

Police have not yet identified the driver.

Officers found the vehicle early Monday on Ulster Street, a side street not far from where the collision occurred early Sunday at a TTC streetcar shelter downtown. The glass shelter is located on College Street east of Spadina Avenue.

Sgt. Brett Moore, spokesperson for Toronto police's traffic services, said officers found the vehicle after they received a tip from the public.

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The Toronto Transit Commission ( TTC ; French: Commission de transport de Toronto ) is the public transport agency that operates bus, subway, streetcar , and paratransit services in Toronto , Ontario

"We received information from members of the public that led investigators to a residential side street close to where the crash occurred," Moore said. "We recovered what we believe to be the vehicle that was involved in the collision."

Toronto police find vehicle allegedly involved in hit and run at TTC streetcar shelter © Provided by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Toronto Police Service

On Sunday at 1:53 a.m., police were called to the shelter, which sits on a median in the middle of westbound College Street, between the passing lane and curb lane.

A man, 21, who had been standing in the shelter, was struck by a vehicle. The shelter's glass was shattered by the impact.

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In a news release, police said the vehicle had been travelling westbound on College Street in the passing lane. When it approached Spadina Avenue it had passed at least three vehicles that were stopped. It then mounted the traffic median, striking the glass shelter and the man.

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The driver of the vehicle then fled the scene.

The man was taken to a trauma centre, where he continues to be listed in life-threatening condition.

Police said late Sunday they found a part from the vehicle, described as a side view mirror, and determined that it belonged to a Ford Expedition, 2015 to 2017 model, or a Lincoln Navigator, 2007 to 2017 model.

Police also released an image of the vehicle.

Moore did not describe the type of vehicle that has been found.

Toronto police find vehicle allegedly involved in hit and run at TTC streetcar shelter © James Morrison-Collalto/CBC James Morrison-Collalto/CBC

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