Woman seriously injured after crash involving TTC streetcar, 2 high-end cars

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Woman seriously injured after multi-vehicle crash involving TTC streetcar
WATCH ABOVE: Four vehicles including a Lamborghini and a streetcar collided in Toronto’s east end Wednesday night which left one woman with serious injuries – May 13, 2021

A woman has been taken to a Toronto trauma centre in serious condition after a four-vehicle crash involving a streetcar and two high-end sports cars in the city’s east end Wednesday evening, officials say.

Emergency crews were called to Queen Street East near Maclean Avenue, east of Woodbine Avenue, just before 9 p.m.

A Toronto police spokesperson told Global News three vehicles were involved in the collision — three passenger vehicles and a TTC streetcar.

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Global News observed a heavily damaged blue Lamborghini crashed alongside a black Mercedes with a light-coloured Jeep forced onto the sidewalk.

The circumstances leading up to the crash weren’t clear as of Wednesday night, but a Toronto Fire Services spokesperson said two people were injured and a person had to be extricated from one of the vehicles.

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A Toronto Paramedics spokesperson said a woman, who is believed to be in her 30s, was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. A man also received minor injuries.

Officers closed off Queen Street East between Glen Manor Drive and Balsam Avenue for the investigation.

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