Pedestrian taken to trauma centre after hit-and-run in Scarborough

Pedestrian taken to trauma centre after hit-and-run in Scarborough
Driver sought after pedestrian hit at McCowan and Lawrence
One male pedestrian has been taken to a trauma centre for treatment after police say he was hit in a fail-to-remain collision in Scarborough early this morning.

The victim made his own way to a local hospital but was later transferred by paramedics to a trauma centre.

A man in his 20s who is said to have been “dashing” across McCowan Rd. about 1.30 a.m. Tuesday has suffered a broken leg after being struck by a hit and run vehicle. The man had apparently been at a bank ATM near Lawrence Ave. The victims brother says the car was possibly a dark-coloured Mercedes. Police searched the street but found no debris left behind and cant guarantee the description of the car is accurate since there are no cameras or other witnesses.

One male pedestrian was taken to a trauma centre following a fail-to-remain collision in Scarborough. (Michael Nguyen/ CP24)

One male pedestrian has been taken to a trauma centre for treatment after police say he was hit in a fail-to-remain collision in Scarborough early this morning.

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Toronto police are searching for a hit-and-run driver after a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle in the city’s east end.

The victim made his own way to a local hospital but was later transferred by paramedics to a trauma centre.

Police say it appears the victim, who is in his 20s, had gone to the bank and was dashing across the street when he was hit by a southbound car.

The victim has a broken leg and was taken to hospital by his brother, who claims to have seen the incident.

The victim’s brother says the car was possibly a dark-coloured Mercedes. Police searched the street but found no debris left behind and can’t guarantee the description of the car is accurate since there are no cameras or other witnesses.

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“Dashing” across the road? Jaywalking, then? Still doesn’t forgive the driver leaving the scene of an accident. The driver was probably not at fault. Unless they were drunk/high or had other reasons to fear criminal charges. Now they definitely face criminal charges.

If it were the drivers own mother brother sister or father im sure the attitude would be a whole lot different. they would be calling for the drivers head on a platter. Neighbors and or work mates take notice of damage and bodyshops are required to report suspicious damages. Only a matter of time.

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