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(Rafal Ger for The Globe and)
(Rafal Ger for The Globe and)

Two car crash victims robbed in Toronto as they waited for paramedics Add to ...

Police in Toronto are investigating a pair of robberies from people after they were injured in collisions.

Investigators say a man was robbed on Wednesday after being struck by a car in Toronto’s east end (at the Lawrence and Birchmount area).

Witnesses say that as the victim lay bleeding on the street waiting for paramedics, a woman walked by and stole the rolls of coins he had been carrying.

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Last Saturday, a cyclist was struck by a car (at Oxford Street and Spadina Avenue) and police say a man grabbed her bag and rummaged through it while she was semi-conscious.

Police say the man then took the victim’s cellphone and fled the area.

A 36-year-old man is facing a theft charge in Saturday’s incident.

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