Woman suffers head injury near King and John streets in Toronto

A woman is conscious and breathing after being transported to hospital in Toronto's entertainment district Monday morning.

Pedestrian transported to hospital, police say

Paramedics were called to King Street West near John Street on Monday and transported a woman to hospital with minor injuries. (CBC)

A woman is conscious and breathing after being transported to hospital in Toronto's entertainment district Monday morning. 

Police originally said a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle at around 8:30 a.m. in front of Kit Kat restaurant on King Street West, just west of John Street. 

Authorities later tweeted that the incident wasn't a collision, but was in fact a medical complaint. 

Paramedics were called and the woman sustained head injuries. They said the injuries were considered minor. 

The woman was transported to hospital, according to police.

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