1 adult, 1 child struck by car near Toronto supermarket: police

The scene at a grocery store parking lot following the collision. Marc Cormier/Global News

Police responded to a collision at a supermarket near Toronto’s Lawrence East transit station on Saturday afternoon.

In a tweet, Toronto police said they responded to a call in the area of Kennedy Road and Lawrence Avenue East around 1 p.m.

There were reports that a driver hit two people in front of a supermarket in the area, with a woman rushed to hospital by paramedics, police said.

Toronto paramedics told Global News they transported two patients: one adult and one child. The adult was in serious condition and the child was stable, paramedics said.

The driver remained at the scene, according to police.

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Police said the adult is a woman in her 40s and the child is eight-years-old. The incident took place in a grocery store parking lot.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Toronto police.

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