Canada Police search for vehicle in Toronto harbour

12:31  03 august  2018
12:31  03 august  2018 Source:   msn.com

Man dies after collision with pole in North York

  Man dies after collision with pole in North York A man died after being pulled out of a vehicle that hit a pole in North York early Wednesday. Toronto police said they received a call at 12:48 p.m. for a vehicle that collided with a pole at Doris and Holmes Aves. Paramedics said when crews arrived on site they found the man, described as being in his 20s, trapped in the car without vital signs. The man was extracted from the car by Toronto Fire services and pronounced dead at the scene, paramedics said.Police said Doris Ave. will be closed in both directions for an investigation. Spokesperson Allyson Douglas-Cook said she anticipates the roads being closed for at least a couple hours while traffic services investigates.

Police boat on patrol in Toronto 's harbour . The Toronto Police K-9 unit was created in 1989 and is deployed to search for suspects, missing persons and other duties. Court Services vehicle used to transport prisoners. Toronto Police Marine Unit vehicle (MU36).

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a close up of a yellow wall: Marine units are on scene after a car crashed into Lake Ontario near Lake Shore Blvd. E. and Parliament St. with two people inside. © Andrew Francis Wallace Marine units are on scene after a car crashed into Lake Ontario near Lake Shore Blvd. E. and Parliament St. with two people inside. Toronto police say a recovery effort will continue in the morning to find a vehicle that fell into Lake Ontario on Thursday night.

Reports say at least one person was trapped in the vehicle when it went into the harbour at Lake Shore Blvd. and Parliament St. at about 10 p.m.

Police have not yet said how many people may have been in the vehicle.

One man at the scene told a television station that he saw a vehicle making a three-point turn, turned away, then heard a loud splash.

Toronto fire officials say a bystander jumped into the water in an attempt to mount a rescue, but was unsuccessful.

Police say the bystander was able to safely get out of the water. (CP24)

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