Monday July 4th turned out to be a particularly dangerous day on Toronto’s streets.
Eighteen collisions involving 20 pedestrians and cyclists were reported to police within a 20-hour span. While most escaped without serious injury, a 73-year-old man was killed.
Tuesday afternoon continued the trend, when a 71-year-old man was killed after crashing into the back of a parked vehicle.
In total, 22 pedestrians and one cyclist have been killed on Toronto’s roads this year.
Who is more at fault for this, the pedestrians and cyclists, or the drivers?