Traffic fatalities at three-year high in Toronto

Forty-six people have been killed on Toronto roads this year, which police say marks a three-year high for traffic fatalities, CBC's Ivy Cuervo reports.
Traffic fatalities have reached a three-year high in Toronto. 1:52

Forty-six people have been killed on Toronto roads this year, which police say marks a three-year high for traffic fatalities.

The majority of these fatal collisions have involved pedestrians.

Click on the video player above to see a full report from the CBC's Ivy Cuervo.

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