Young girl struck by car after stepping off TTC streetcar

A young girl was struck by a vehicle after stepping off a streetcar Friday in Regent Park and she is currently dealing with serious, but non-life threatening injuries.

EMS says victim has serious, but non-life threatening injuries

A girl believed to be about 12 years old suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries when she was struck by a car after stepping off a streetcar Friday. She was struck near Dundas Street East and Parliament. (CBC)

A young girl was struck by a vehicle after stepping off a streetcar Friday in Regent Park. 

Toronto police say they received a call at 12:24 p.m. for a pedestrian hit near Dundas Street East and Parliament Street.

According to police, the girl is believed to be 12 years old. Authorities add the girl was completely alert after being struck and the driver remained at the scene.

Paramedics say the victim has serious but non-life threatening injuries.


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