Brampton man charged after four pedestrians struck in multi-vehicle crash
Toronto Police have laid charges following a collision that happened on Thursday, August 22.
Around 3:20 p.m., a 54 year old Brampton man was driving his vehicle (a 2015 Toyota Highlander) north on Bay Street at College Street in Toronto.
The driver allegedly disobeyed a red traffic signal at College Street and entered the intersection, striking four pedestrians who were crossing.
“Two of the pedestrians, both women (69-year-old and 54-year-old) were carried into the intersection by the vehicle until it collided with a 2014 Toyota Corolla,” police say.
The Corolla then collided with a 2017 Chevrolet pickup.
The other two pedestrians struck, a one year old girl and 43 year old man, remained within the crosswalk.
On Wednesday, October 9, 54 year old Brampton man John Ikwugbado was arrested and charged with two counts of Dangerous Operation of a Conveyance Causing Bodily Harm.
He is scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday, November 19.
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