Woman dies after being struck by car in Toronto
A woman has died in hospital after being struck by a vehicle in Toronto.
Police said they were called to Don Mills Road and The Donway West around 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday after a pedestrian was struck.
The woman was taken to hospital but died of her injuries, police said.
Police said the driver remained at the scene.
Road closures are currently in effect in the area while police continue to investigate.
Don Mills Rd & The Donway W
- police o/s
- officers advised the female pedestrian involved has succumbed to her injuries at the hospital & has been pronounced deceased
- ongoing investigation by @TrafficServices
- road closures remain in effect#GO1970214
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