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Pedestrian fatality at Finch and Tobermory

An elderly pedestrian died after being hit by a car.
And here's the original article.
An elderly woman has died in hospital after she was struck by a vehicle in North York Saturday morning. Police received a call at around 10:20 a.m. to for a female pedestrian struck by a vehicle on Finch Ave. and Tobermory Dr. The 72-year-old woman was taken to the hospital in life-threatening condition where she later succumbed to her injuries. Police from 31 Division say that no charges have been laid against the driver, who remained at the scene. Finch Ave. was closed as of midday, from Sentinel Rd. to Tobermory Dr., as Traffic Services investigate the collision.
We are saddened by this news.
Sources / More info: Elderly pedestrian dies after vehicle hits her in North York | Toronto Star
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