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5 Dead and Suspect Killed In ‘Horrendous’ Condo Shooting Outside Toronto
After a shooting on Sunday night at a condominium just outside of Toronto, six people, including the suspect, are dead. According to a news release from York Regional Police, police were summoned to a residential building in Vaughan, to the north of Toronto, at around 7:20 p.m. ET Sunday for reports of an active shooter who had shot many persons.
According to police, at least five victims were killed, and a sixth was brought to a hospital in critical condition. According to police, the suspect, who has only been described as a man, was slain during an “incident” with them. It said that the Special Investigations Unit of Ontario, which looks into situations involving police that result in fatalities or serious injuries, has been informed.
At a press conference, York Regional Police Chief Jim MacSween called the situation “horrendous.” We extend our profound sympathies to the victims and their families, he said in a separate statement. What transpired before the shooting and any potential motive were not immediately apparent.
Police, according to MacSween, don’t see any new dangers to the public’s safety. On Sunday, December 18, 2022, tactical members of the York Regional Police investigate a gunshot in Vaughan, Ontario. According to the police, several persons were dead, including the suspect. AP’s Arlyn McAdorey.
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According to police, the investigation is ongoing and there will be updates. Anyone with information is requested to phone the York Regional Police Homicide Unit at 1-288-876-5423 ext. 7865, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS, or submit an anonymous tip online at www.1800222tips.com.
In Canada, mass shootings are very uncommon. The nation’s bloodiest shooting in decades occurred in April 2020 when a shooter went on an hour-long rampage in the province of Nova Scotia and killed at least 16 people.
In July 2018, a man strolled along a busy street in Toronto and fired randomly into restaurants, killing two people and injuring 13 others before killing himself. In January 2017, a man opened fire at a mosque in Quebec City, killing six people and injuring five more. This incident made headlines around the world.