Woman seriously injured in downtown Toronto hit-and-run
A woman has been seriously injured after being struck in a hit-and-run in downtown Toronto on Friday night.
Emergency crews were called to the area of Wellington Street and University Avenue sometime around 7:30 p.m. after receiving a report that a pedestrian had been struck by a vehicle.
The woman was rushed to a local hospital with serious, but non-life threatening injuries, paramedics say.
Police have confirmed the driver involved fled the scene.
Roads in the area were closed while police investigated the incident.
Wellington St W & University Ave
- reports of a pedestrian struck, driver fled
- police o/s
- @TorontoMedics taking patient to hospital with serious injuries
- officers confirmed driver has fled the scene
ROAD CLOSURE: intersection closed
- expect delays#GO1936756
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