Canada Fire breaks out at Toronto collision repair centre, police say
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An elderly man is in life-threatening condition at Kingston General Hospital following a vehicle collision with a delivery truck in Belleville's west end, police say.On Monday at approximately 10 a.m., Belleville police were called to Old Highway 2 at Mitchell Side Road.
and fire officials say they are investigating after a fire broke out at the back of a collision repair centre in North York on Tuesday.
Emergency crews were called to Champagne Drive, near Dufferin Street and Finch Avenue West, just before 5 a.m. for a fire in the back lot.
Toronto Fire Services said there were numerous vehicles on fire, and a debris pile that appeared to have tires and fuel was also on fire.
Police said there were reports of around 10 vehicles on fire but could not confirm what type of vehicles they were.
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"There were obvious signs of arson," Stephan Powell, district chief for Toronto Fire Services, told Global News.
Powell said the building was not on fire, but some windows broke from the heat.
Toronto police said the site of the fire is a a type of body shop where damaged vehicles are towed there to be repaired.
There are no reported injuries.
The roads in the immediate area are closed for the investigation. Police and the Office of the Fire Marshal are investigating the incident.
Finch Av W & Chesswood Dr
- tow pound on fire
- multiple vehicles and a building on fire
- police are o/s
- no reported victims at this time
- roads closed in area
— Toronto Police Operations (@TPSOperations)
Man suffers life-threatening injuries after being hit by TTC bus in midtown Toronto .
The man was struck near the rear tire of the bus, police said, causing the bus driver to stop. The victim suffered life-threatening injuries and was transported to hospital. Investigators are still looking into why the man entered the roadway and are asking anyone who may have security or dashcam video of the area around the time of the collision to contact them. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-1900 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-8477.