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Canada: A brutal incident happened in the Greektown neighbourhood of Toronto on Sunday night. A gunman opened mass shooting and killed two women and 15 other got seriously injured, including a 9 year old girl. The gunman also dead.

Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders said “We are looking at all possible motives and not closing any doors,”.

Police chief Saunders had not confirmed that if the gunman was killed by police bullets or committed suicide.

According to the sources, numerous ambulances were dispatched to the scene, where police, firefighters and bystanders attended to a number of victims seen laying on the ground. Patients were transported to trauma centres at St. Mike’s and Sunnybrook and a young girl was taken to Sick Kids.

Canadian police spokesman Mark Pugash said "it was too early to say whether the shooting was terrorism". Police chief Saunders said the attacker used a handgun.

According to the witness, the gunfire began at 10 pm local time (3am BST), "We just ran. We saw people starting to run so we just ran,". They heard around 25 gunshots.


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