Woman and man seriously injured after motorcycle crashes in Toronto and Brampton

A man's belongings and a motorcycle sit at the side of Main Street North in Brampton. Enzo Arimini / Global News

A woman and a man have been seriously injured after separate crashes in Toronto and Brampton Thursday evening.

The first crash happened just after 7:40 p.m. in Brampton’s north end on Main Street North, near Williams Parkway.

Peel Regional Police said a motorcycle and a vehicle collided. A Peel Paramedics spokesperson said a man was taken to a trauma centre in life-threatening condition.

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About 10 minutes later, Toronto police said emergency crews were called to an apartment building on Keele Street, south of Highway 401, after a motorcycle crashed into a building.

A Toronto Paramedics spokesperson said a woman was taken to a trauma centre in serious condition.

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Investigators from both police services are continuing to probe the circumstances leading up to each crash.

Toronto police photograph a motorcycle at the side of a building Thursday evening. Enzo Arimini / Global News


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