TORONTO – The Latest on a mass shooting in Toronto (all times local):
Toronto police are seeking video and photos from people and businesses in the area where a gunman killed a woman and shot 13 other people in the Greektown neighborhood.
A video from one witness shows a man dressed in black firing three shots from the sidewalk into at least one shop or restaurant late Sunday. Witnesses said they heard 20 to 30 shots.
Police Chief Mark Saunders said the shooting was not random and terrorism had not been ruled out. Toronto police tweeted the shooting occurred in the Danforth and Logan avenues area of the Greektown neighborhood, a busy residential area with restaurants and cafes.
A woman was killed and a 9-year-old girl was critically wounded. Saunders said the gunman died after exchanging gunfire with police.
Police say a gunman and one victim is dead after a man shot 14 people, including a young girl, in the Toronto neighborhood known as Greektown.
Toronto police chief Mark Saunders says a young woman was killed in the shooting Sunday night. He also says a young girl is in critical condition.
Police spokesman Mark Pugash says the condition of the other victims is not known yet. He says it's too early to say whether the shooting is terrorism.
Following the shooting, police, paramedics and other first responders descended on the scene, while area residents, some in their pajamas, emerged from their homes to see what was happening.
Over the weekend, Toronto police deployed dozens of additional officers to deal with a recent spike in gun violence in the city.
Canadian police and emergency personnel services are responding to a shooting that reportedly involves multiple victims in the downtown Toronto neighborhood known as Greektown.
Police have yet to release any confirmed details of the late Sunday shooting. But local television station CP24 is showing images of multiple ambulances and other first responders at the scene, with several people being treated by paramedics.