Canada Woman suffers serious injuries after concrete falls on her at Union Station’s GO terminal

04:27  12 october  2018
04:27  12 october  2018 Source:   thestar.com

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a group of people in a room: Suffering from serious injuries, a woman hit by falling concrete at Union GO terminal was transported to hospital.© Ed Tubb Suffering from serious injuries, a woman hit by falling concrete at Union GO terminal was transported to hospital.

A woman in her 20s sustained serious injuires after she was hit by concrete that fell from the ceiling at Union Staion’s GO terminal, Thursday afternoon. She was taken to hospital.

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Toronto paramedics recieved a called at 5:21 p.m, about a woman walking inside the Bay St. West Teamway by platform seven-eight who was injured by falling concrete. The Teamway is a tunnel which passengers enter to get to their platform.

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A commuter at Union Station , which is beginning a massive makeover, was struck in the head and suffered a fractured skull after concrete fell from The woman , Hilda Piell, said she didn't know what hit her. "Chunks of concrete , I don't know if it was one chunk or a bunch, just fell down and hit her on

He suffered serious facial injuries when he was sprayed with a corrosive substance. “We heard a man shouting indistinguishably and it went on for about “My friend who went down and saw him said they wrapped him in an emergency blanket and put him in the ambulance. One of the neighbours said he

The woman was hit by a piece of concrete of about a foot in diameter, which fell from the ceiling. There were large stains of blood left on the platform.

Four special constable officers were on the scene treating the woman along with two security guards.

Metrolinx says the area where the incident took place is closed for investigation.

Passengers can access the Bay East Teamway and the York GO Concourse, which is also accessible through the Union Station.

“The City of Toronto is bringing in an engineer to assess the structure itself and we’ll have to refer all questions to the city for now,” said Metrolinx.

Marjan Asadullah is a breaking news reporter, working out of the Star’s radio room in Toronto. Follow her on Twitter: @marjanasadullah

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