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Posts Tagged ‘ 43 Division ’

16 Year-Old Crash Victim Dies

Jul 23rd, 2010 | By
16 Year-Old Crash Victim Dies

SCARBOROUGH – The 16 year-old boy who was ejected in a horrific crash this past weekend on Greencedar Dr. has passed away according to Sgt. Tim Burrows of Toronto Police Traffic Services. The boy was one of five occupants in a Pontiac Sunfire that rolled over in the early hours of July 18th. Two other […]



Four Teens Rushed To Hospital After Crash

Jul 18th, 2010 | By
Four Teens Rushed To Hospital After Crash

SCARBOROUGH – Four teenagers were rushed to hospital after a vehicle rollover that occured on Greencedar Circuit in the Lawrence Ave. E. and Markham Rd. area. Toronto emergency crews arrived at the scene at around 1:15am to find a single vehicle on its roof. There were five occupants traveling in the car. One of the […]



Scarborough Fire Claims Two Lives

Apr 23rd, 2009 | By
Scarborough Fire Claims Two Lives

SCARBOROUGH- A home has been destroyed and two people have died in a residential fire on Wantanopa Cres. early this morning. Emergency crews were quick to respond, but when they arrived they found the home engulfed in flames. A quick search revealed that there were two occupants inside. One was taken out and EMS crews […]



Fire Causes Mass Evacuation In Scarborough

Apr 8th, 2009 | By
Fire Causes Mass Evacuation In Scarborough

SCARBOROUGH – A working fire at 10 Gordonridge Pl. forced the evacuation of several residents from the 14th floor. The fire, which was broke out shortly before noon, was contained to one unit. Firefighters were quick to put out the blaze and there were no reports of injuries, although an EMS bus was called in […]



At Least Two People Tasered, Officer Cut

Apr 6th, 2009 | By
At Least Two People Tasered, Officer Cut

SCARBOROUGH – A baptism celebration should really not be the place for fighting, but that appears to be what happened last night at 4062 Lawrence Ave. E. When a pay-duty officer tried to break up the brawl, things intensified and the officer called for backup. A Toronto Police Sergeant was quick on the scene, and […]



Over 100 People Arrested In Overnight Raids

Apr 1st, 2009 | By
Over 100 People Arrested In Overnight Raids

TORONTO – Police are now confirming that over 100 people have been taken into custody in what they are calling “an operation believed to be the largest of its kind in Ontario”. It was lead by Toronto’s Gun and Gang Task Force and it involved police forces from Peel Region, Durham Region, OPP, and RCMP. […]



Police Raid Several Addresses

Apr 1st, 2009 | By
Police Raid Several Addresses

TORONTO – Emergency Task Force, K9, Guns and Gangs Unit, and The Drug Squad were among the Toronto Police forces that took part in a series of raids early this morning. Some of the addresses targeted were in the Scarborough area of Markham Rd. and Ellesmere Rd. Others were hit in the Leslie Ave. and […]



Teenagers Face 21 Charges

Mar 31st, 2009 | By
Teenagers Face 21 Charges

SCARBOROUGH – Yet another gun off the streets. Last Monday afternoon police were in the area of 11721 Sheppard Ave. E. near Kingston Rd. when they spotted a suspicious vehicle. They approached the SUV where three males were smoking marijuana. After further investigation due to the use of drugs, officers discovered a loaded Smith and […]



Minor Injuries In Crash

Mar 27th, 2009 | By
Minor Injuries In Crash

SCARBOROUGH – Only minor injuries after this two-vehicle accident left a van rolled over at the quiet intersection of Barkdene Hill and Gradwell Drive near Bluffers Park in Scarborough.



Vehicle Crashes Into TTC Bus

Feb 15th, 2009 | By
Vehicle Crashes Into TTC Bus

Around 9:20pm last evening police were called to an accident involving a single vehicle and a TTC bus on Meadowvale Rd. just south of Ellesmere Rd. Due to the severity of the collision, the driver of the car needed to be extricated by a Toronto Fire Services crew. The victim was taken to hospital with […]