Canada Cyclist dead after collision and possible shooting

08:35  10 june  2018
08:35  10 june  2018 Source:   thestar.com

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  Two people dead after collision between vehicle and morotcycle in Brampton Two people dead after collision between vehicle and morotcycle in BramptonEmergency services were called to the area of Queen St. E. and Bramalea Rd. shortly before 10 p.m. after reports of a collision. At the scene, paramedics pronounced the drivers of both the vehicle and the motorcycle dead. Police say while the driver of the motorcycle sustained fatal injuries in the collision impact, the cause of death of the vehicle driver is still not certain.

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Toronto police are looking for three male suspects after a cyclist was hit near Dundas and Dufferin Saturday afternoon. © Provided by Toronto Star Toronto police are looking for three male suspects after a cyclist was hit near Dundas and Dufferin Saturday afternoon.

A cyclist has died after being struck by a vehicle and possibly shot Saturday afternoon in the Dundas and Dufferin area, Toronto police said.

Police said they received the call around 5:30 p.m. The male cyclist was unconscious and not breathing when they arrived at Frankish and Sheridan Aves.

Paramedics said that it was possible the man had been shot, as he appeared to have gunshot wounds. He was taken to hospital in life-threatening condition, where he later died.

Paramedics said they do not know whether it was the gunshot wounds or the collision that caused the cyclist’s death.

The vehicle hit a tree after hitting the cyclist, and police said witnesses described seeing three men leave the car and flee on foot before police arrived. The three men were all wearing dark sweatshirts and pants.

The car was abandoned at the scene.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Toronto police at 416-808-7400 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-8477.

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