Two people rushed to trauma centre after crash in Etobicoke: paramedics
Toronto paramedics say they are transporting two people to a trauma centre after a car collided with a transport truck in Etobicoke early Tuesday morning.
It happened near Horner Avenue and Brown’s Line at 6:34 a.m., police said.
A male and female occupant of the vehicle were transported to a trauma centre via emergency run in stable condition following the crash, according to Toronto paramedics.
Toronto police traffic services is headed to the scene to investigate the collision, police said.
A road closure in the area is expected. People are asked to consider alternate routes.
Horner Av + Brown's Ln
* 6:34 am *
- Car and transport truck crash
- Injuries appear serious
- Woman being taken to hospital
- Emergency run
- Man also being transported to hospital
- Expect a road closure
- Consider alternate routes#GO1708062
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