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A woman hit by a transit bus on Tuesday at about 7 a.m. in the Brooklands area is in unstable condition in hospital.
Winnipeg police said the collision happened in the area of King Edward Street and Bannatyne Avenue West.
Const. Jason Michalyshen said police will be at the scene for some time and there will be traffic delays so motorists are advised avoid the area if possible.
There was no information available on the the woman's age, circumstances of the collision or whether she was a pedestrian or a transit passenger.
Another collision Tuesday morning, also at 7 a.m., took place between two vehicles at the corner of Taylor Avenue and Stafford Street.
Early reports were that a person was extricated from a vehicle and at least one person was taken to hospital but is in stable condition.
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