Police on Scene for Pedestrian Struck By Vehicle in Brampton
Peel Regional police and paramedics are on scene in response to a pedestrian struck by a vehicle in Brampton.
According to police, the incident took place at the intersection of Rutherford Road South and Steeles Avenue.
The call was received at 9:27 pm.
According to police, the pedestrian suffered non life threatening injuries and is being transported to a local hospital.
Road closures are in effect, so please avoid the area.
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