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Man critically injured in fail-to-remain crash, police seek witnesses

South Simcoe police appeals for witnesses and security camera video after incident Saturday night at Drury and Thomas streets in Bradford
Fail to Remain Bradford 3 December 7 2019
Photo courtesy South Simcoe Police
BRADFORD — South Simcoe Police Service officers are appealing for witnesses and security camera video after a man was critically injured in a fail to remain collision in Bradford last night.

On Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019, around 9 p.m., police were called to the area of Drury Street and Thomas Street for a report of a person struck by a vehicle.

When emergency services arrived, they located a 67-year-old man with critical injuries. He was taken to a local hospital and later transported to a Toronto trauma centre.  

The victim's vehicle was northbound on Drury Street and stopped at the stop sign at Thomas Street.  An unknown event took place where the victim wound up outside the vehicle and an unknown person drove the vehicle away causing the victim's injuries. The pickup truck was abandoned a short time later at Frederick and Toronto Streets. 

The pickup truck is a 2015, black Dodge Ram with Ontario licence plate AK42726.  Investigators are trying to determine what occurred and are appealing to witnesses and anyone with security camera footage to contact South Simcoe Police Service or Crime Stoppers.