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Vehicle crashes into Upper Canada College gatehouse

Two people were injured after a vehicle crashed into the entrance of Upper Canada College early Sunday morning, according to police.

Building used as daycare centre 'pretty much destroyed,' police say

The driver and his passenger suffered non-life-threatening injuries, and according to police, left the scene of the crash but soon returned for questioning. (CBC News)

Two people were injured after a car crashed into the entrance of Upper Canada College early Sunday morning, according to police. 

Emergency crews were called to the area of Lonsdale and Avenue roads shortly before 3 a.m. after the vehicle went into the brick gatehouse at the entrance to the college grounds.

The car, and then the building, caught fire and suffered heavy damage.

The building was used as a daycare centre and was "pretty much destroyed," according to one police officer at 53 Division. 

The driver and his passenger suffered non-life-threatening injuries, and according to police left the scene of the crash but soon returned for questioning. They were taken to hospital. 

Police are investigating. 

The gatehouse of Upper Canada College, which is used as a daycare centre, suffered heavy damage in the crash, police say. (CBC News)

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