A woman in her thirties has died after being struck by a bus in downtown Toronto on Sunday evening.

Emergency crews received a call around 6:32 p.m. that a woman was struck by a bus near Union Station, on Bay and Front Sts.

The woman was rushed to hospital with life-threatening injuries, where she later died.

No one was able to initially confirm if the woman was with without vital signs.

The extent of the woman’s injuries was severe enough that when emergency crews arrived, they opted to do an emergency run to hospital and a firefighter was required to accompany paramedics, to have a second person on hand to help.

The entire Union GO bus terminal has been shut down. Passengers are being moved to the Yonge St. entrance, according to Toronto Police.

The station will remain closed while police investigate.

More to come.

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