Pedestrian dead after 2-vehicle crash in Toronto’s north end

Toronto police say a person has died after a crash in the city's north end on Friday. Global News

Toronto police said a pedestrian has died after a two-vehicle crash in the Downsview neighbourhood Friday afternoon.

The incident happened at the intersection of Jane Street and Beverly Hills Drive, just south of Wilson Avenue.

“We have two vehicles involved,” Const. Clint Stibbe told Global News Radio 640 Toronto.

“Apparently one rolled over and ended up in a church parking lot.”

READ MORE: 1 dead after multi-vehicle crash on Hwy. 401 in Pickering

A person was ‘ejected’ from a car and eventually transported by Toronto Paramedics to hospital without vital signs. Police later said that person was revived. The pedestrian was later pronounced dead.

“Witnesses reported that [the] vehicle had hit a bus shelter. Fortunately there was no one at the stop at that time,” Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook said.
Story continues below advertisement

Jane Street between Wilson Avenue and Beverly Hills Drive was closed for the investigation.

— With files from Nick Westoll

Sponsored content