A motorcyclist died after a collision in Scarborough

A motorcyclist died after a collision in Scarborough

The traffic accident occurred around 1am Sunday.

A 39-year-old man died after a traffic accident involving a car and a motorcycle in Scarborough, east Toronto , early Sunday morning.

Toronto police say the collision occurred near the intersection of Kennedy Street and Eglinton Avenue East, around 1 a.m. .

A 30-year-old man was in a car attempting to make a left turn onto Kennedy Street as he approached Transway Crescent. At the same time, the 39-year-old man riding a motorcycle was traveling northbound on Kennedy Street.

The two vehicles collided and sustained substantial damage.< /p>

The motorcyclist was ejected from his motorcycle and lost consciousness on impact, police say. He was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries and pronounced dead after arriving.

Police say the driver of the car remained at the scene of the accident.

The police are calling for witnesses and an investigation is underway by the Road Traffic Section.

With information from CBC

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