Toronto police seek help finding driver in Halloween hit and run

News Nov 16, 2017 by David Nickle North York Mirror

Police are asking for the public’s help finding the driver of a white sedan who struck and injured a 61-year-old woman on Halloween.

According to Toronto police, the woman was struck in the early morning rush hour when she was using a pedestrian crossing to cross Steeles Avenue East at Laureleaf Road.

She was struck as the driver of a white automobile was attempting a left turn. 

Police say that both driver and vehicle failed to remain at the scene. It was last seen travelling eastbound.

The woman suffered serious injuries and was taken to hospital.

The vehicle is a white, four-door vehicle and will have front-end damage from the collision.

Police ask anyone in the area to call the police if they have surveillance equipment operating in the area. Police have posted the following video provided by a witness to the collision.

WARNING: This video contains disturbing content.

 

Toronto police seek help finding driver in Halloween hit and run

Woman, 61, hit at Steeles Avenue East at Laureleaf Road

News Nov 16, 2017 by David Nickle North York Mirror

Police are asking for the public’s help finding the driver of a white sedan who struck and injured a 61-year-old woman on Halloween.

According to Toronto police, the woman was struck in the early morning rush hour when she was using a pedestrian crossing to cross Steeles Avenue East at Laureleaf Road.

She was struck as the driver of a white automobile was attempting a left turn. 

Police say that both driver and vehicle failed to remain at the scene. It was last seen travelling eastbound.

The woman suffered serious injuries and was taken to hospital.

The vehicle is a white, four-door vehicle and will have front-end damage from the collision.

Police ask anyone in the area to call the police if they have surveillance equipment operating in the area. Police have posted the following video provided by a witness to the collision.

WARNING: This video contains disturbing content.

 

Toronto police seek help finding driver in Halloween hit and run

Woman, 61, hit at Steeles Avenue East at Laureleaf Road

News Nov 16, 2017 by David Nickle North York Mirror

Police are asking for the public’s help finding the driver of a white sedan who struck and injured a 61-year-old woman on Halloween.

According to Toronto police, the woman was struck in the early morning rush hour when she was using a pedestrian crossing to cross Steeles Avenue East at Laureleaf Road.

She was struck as the driver of a white automobile was attempting a left turn. 

Police say that both driver and vehicle failed to remain at the scene. It was last seen travelling eastbound.

The woman suffered serious injuries and was taken to hospital.

The vehicle is a white, four-door vehicle and will have front-end damage from the collision.

Police ask anyone in the area to call the police if they have surveillance equipment operating in the area. Police have posted the following video provided by a witness to the collision.

WARNING: This video contains disturbing content.