Toronto firemen cut sign post to extricate crash victims

Crews were called for a crash with entrapment on Jane Street at the corner of Church Street in North York, Toronto, Canada.

The vehicle was laying on its side and in contact with a wooden pole. Firemen had to cut off the pole with a chainsaw to access the rear window of the SUV. They also used the jaws of life to extricate at least two patients from it.

Another car implicated in the accident had visible damage and two people were taken out by paramedics. In total at least 4 people were transported to hospital, one ambulance was followed by a Toronto police cruiser.

Strong winds and heavy rain was reported in the area at the time of the accident.

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