Oshawa street closed after woman on foot reportedly struck by driver
Published September 2, 2021 at 11:21 pm
A street in Oshawa was closed late Thursday night for a motor vehicle investigation after a woman was struck by a car while she was trying to rescue a rabbit.
Police say the woman had stopped her vehicle to assist the injured animal and while retrieving an item from her vehicle’s trunk was struck by a Honda Civic.
She was transported by ambulance to a Toronto-area trauma centre with serious but non life-threatening injuries.
Simcoe st N, north of Rossland in Oshawa is closed for a motor vehicle investigation.
— Durham Regional Police (@DRPS) September 3, 2021
Pedestrian struck by a vehicle on Simcoe Street north of Rossland Road in #Oshawa. Female in her 20’s transported by @RDParamedics to @Sunnybrook Hospital with life-threatening injuries. @iafflocal465 @DRPSCEDiv
— DR (@Media371) September 3, 2021
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@DRPS investigating after a female stopped to help a rabbit off the road on Simcoe St n of Rossland in @oshawacity and was struck by a vehicle from behind. @DurhamParamedic transported to a trauma centre with life threatening injuries. pic.twitter.com/gft2Ftayxt
— Colin Williamson (@ColinWxchaser) September 3, 2021