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WATCH: Driver of red light running TTC bus, no longer with company
A TTC bus is caught driving through a red light at the intersection of Ionview Road and Eglinton Avenue...
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Newstalk1010 got our hands on a video showing the dirver of a TTC allegedly ignoring a red light, on Eglinton Avenue, near Ionview Road.

As we learned last week, the driver had to swerve to avoid a pedestrian, who had already started to make their way across the road on the crosswalk.

The time stamp on the video doesn't match the weather conditions outside, so, nearest we can figure, is, the time stamp on the camera has been improperly set.

TTC spokesperson Brad Ross says he was first made aware of the incident on Tuesday, July 22nd. He says the traffic incident happened on Monday around 9:15 a.m. at the intersection of Eglinton Ave. and Ionview Road.

Ross told Newstalk1010 on Monday, July 28th, the driver of the bus is no longer with the TTC, but he wouldn't say if she was fired or quit.

He also says the investigation into the matter is closed.

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Newstalk1010 got our hands on a video showing the dirver of a TTC allegedly ignoring a red light, on Eglinton Avenue, near Ionview Road.

As we learned last week, the driver had to swerve to avoid a pedestrian, who had already started to make their way across the road on the crosswalk.

The time stamp on the video doesn't match the weather conditions outside, so, nearest we can figure, is, the time stamp on the camera has been improperly set.

TTC spokesperson Brad Ross says he was first made aware of the incident on Tuesday, July 22nd. He says the traffic incident happened on Monday around 9:15 a.m. at the intersection of Eglinton Ave. and Ionview Road.

Ross told Newstalk1010 on Monday, July 28th, the driver of the bus is no longer with the TTC, but he wouldn't say if she was fired or quit.

He also says the investigation into the matter is closed.

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