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Pedestrian in his 90s critically injured in Scarborough collision

Toronto paramedics say the man was taken to a nearby trauma centre after being hit by a vehicle in the area of Warden and McNicoll avenues around 6:30 a.m.

Paramedics say man rushed to trauma centre

A Toronto police officer inspects the front of a white Honda Civic after an elderly man was struck and critically injured in Scarborough more than two weeks ago. The victim died Monday. (Martin Trainor/CBC)

A male pedestrian in his 90s was struck and critically injured in Scarborough early Friday morning.

Toronto paramedics say the man, believed to be 96, was taken to a nearby trauma centre after being hit by a vehicle in the area of Warden and McNicoll avenues at around 6:30 a.m.

Police are investigating the collision and are warning people to expect delays if they're travelling through the area.

Const. Caroline de Kloet said the driver involved in the collision remained at the scene and is co-operating with police. 

Sgt. Brett Moore, in a video update posted on Twitter, said it's believed the man who was struck lives in the neighbourhood. "We know that folks in the community are concerned," he said.

You can watch Moore's update on the situation below:

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