Pedestrian struck, Ornge called after vehicle drives into bank
Published Thursday, October 11, 2018 12:51PM EDT
Last Updated Thursday, October 11, 2018 3:28PM EDT
Ornge air ambulance was called to the scene of a vehicle collision on Thursday afternoon.
It happened at a plaza in the area of Cedar Street and Berkley Road in Cambridge.
The vehicle ended up on the sidewalk and hit the window of the bank in the plaza.
A spokesperson for Ornge said a pedestrian was struck by the vehicle.
Police later confirmed that it was a 54-year-old male from Guelph, who suffered significant injuries.
The air ambulance landed in a field on Beechwood Road according to a witness, closing the street in the process.
Emergency services were on-scene.
There was no word on how serious the injuries were or what caused the crash.
@WRPSToday onscene of a Single Motor Vehicle Collision that resulted in significant injuries to a 54 year old male pedestrian from Guelph. Thank you to @Ornge for your assistance and transport of the pedestrian struck. Westgate Plaza, @cityofcambridge Investigation Continuing. pic.twitter.com/eU70O5PpRF— Mike Haffner (@MHaffner_WRPS) October 11, 2018