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Pedestrian struck by Toronto bus in North York Saturday morning

A TTC bus after it struck a pedestrian on April 16. Phil Fraboni/Global News

A pedestrian has been revived after initially falling unconscious when a Toronto bus struck them on Saturday morning, police say.

In a tweet, Toronto police said officers responded to a call in the area of Don Mills Road and Lawrence Avenue East. The call came around 8:42 a.m.

At the intersection, police said, a pedestrian was struck by a Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) bus. The pedestrian was not conscious and police requested paramedics urgently attend the scene.

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Police told Global News the pedestrian’s injuries were not as serious as initially feared and that they were transported to hospital.

The intersection was closed Saturday morning.

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