Streetcar collides with vehicle driven by pregnant woman on Dundas Street

Toronto police are investigating a collision between a TTC streetcar and a vehicle on Dundas Street near Centre Avenue.

Woman not seriously injured, sent to hospital as precaution

Toronto police are investigating a collision between a TTC street car and a vehicle on Dundas Street near University Avenue. 0:28

Toronto police are investigating a collision between a TTC streetcar and a vehicle on Dundas Street near Centre Avenue. 

Toronto police are investigating a collision between a TTC streetcar and a vehicle on Dundas Street near University Avenue just before noon on Thursday. (Paul Smith/CBC)

Police say they received calls from witnesses that a TTC streetcar hit a vehicle.

A pregnant woman was behind the wheel of a grey Honda Civic that was allegedly struck by the streetcar just before noon, according to police.

Toronto police say a TTC streetcar collided with a vehicle driven by a pregnant woman on Dundas Street near University Avenue on Thursday. (Paul Smith/CBC)

The woman was not seriously injured, but was sent to hospital as a precaution. The TTC driver was not injured. 

The portion of Dundas Street that was shut down for the investigation has since re-opened. 

A Toronto parking enforcement officer speaks to victim in vehicle that was involved in a collision with a TTC streetcar on Dundas Street near University Avenue on Thursday just before noon. (Paul Smith/CBC)

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