TORONTO – The latest news of the mass shootings in Toronto (all local times):
The family of suspects in the deadly mass shooting in Toronto says he suffers from severe mental illness Health problems, but relatives "could never imagine that this would be his devastating and destructive end."
Family Faisal Hussain commented in a statement on Monday. He said the family was "completely destroyed by the incredible news" that the 29-year-old was responsible for the killing spree.
The attacker fired late Sunday in restaurants and cafes in a lively neighborhood, killing a 1
Hussain's family says he has struggled with psychosis and depression all his life, and medication and therapy have not helped to treat him.
The relatives say their hearts are in pieces for the victims.
Police have identified the suspect in a deadly mass shooting in Toronto as 29-year-old Faisal Hussain.
Ontario Special Investigation Unit was released his name Monday night died on Sunday following a shootout with the police.
The attacker fired a handgun in restaurants and cafes late Sunday in a bustling neighborhood in Toronto, killing a 10-year-old girl and an 18-year-old woman 13 other people. [19659016PolicehavenotdisclosedhismotivepolicechiefMarkSaunderssaidonMondaythatinvestigatorswouldnotknowityet
Contact information for his family could not be found immediately.
The rampage came just three months after a delivery van 10 people in Toronto struck and killed in an obvious attack on women.
Flag In a high school and administrative building in Toronto, half of the workforce is lowered in memory of a graduate who was killed in a riot weeks after the start.
Toronto District School Board education director John Malloy says 18-year-old Reese Fallon has been "a dedicated student" "valued by employees and loved by their friends"
June by Malvern Collegiate institutions. The website shows that she was on her honor list.
McMaster University said it plans to study there in the fall.
Fallon and a 10-year-old girl were killed Sunday when a man fired a gun in restaurants and cafes in the bustling Greektown district. Thirteen other people were wounded.
The 29-year-old shooter died following a shootout with the police
The Toronto International Film Festival has canceled an event to announce its planned film selection due to the deadly mass shootings in the city.
The organizers of the festival said on Monday that out of respect for those affected the film is announced in a press release.
Two people killed and 13 injured When a man dressed in black fired a gun at restaurants and cafés in Toronto's Greektown district on Sunday night. He died after a shootout with the police.
The Toronto International Film Festival will be held from 6 to 16 September. The festival is a launch pad for Hollywood's award season and the first showcase for many Oscar winners.
A Canadian MP who has known the 18-year-old in the US Toronto mass shooting identifies her as Reese Fallon.
Nathaniel Erskine-Smith told CP24 television he has so many wonderful things to say about the young woman he knew, but says the family mourns and has asked for privacy. He says they are devastated.
An online Facebook profile for Fallon shows her as a student of McMaster University.
Canadian officials say a man with a knife was arrested for changing the guard on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. It is unclear if the incident is related to the mass shootings in Toronto.
The Canadian military said in a statement that the Monday morning incident took place on the lawn of Parliament Hill.
The statement says that a "potential threat" has been neutralized due to the rapid response of the soldiers, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Parliamentary Protective Services. Nobody was injured.
Ottawa police investigate and the military did not disclose any further details.
Toronto police spokeswoman Meaghan Gray says the victims of the mass shootings on Sunday are eight women and girls are seven men. Two Victims and the Sagittarius Died
Police chief Mark Saunders says a 10-year-old girl and an 18-year-old woman were killed in the riot in Greektown. The 29-year-old attacker died after a shootout with the police.
He walked down a street and fired a pistol in restaurants and cafes. Saunders refused to release his name and said the authorities did not know his motive yet.
Saunders said 13 other victims have mild to severe injuries. They are between 10 and 59 years old.
Toronto police chief says a ten-year-old girl and an 18-year-old woman have been killed in mass shootings in the city's Greektown neighborhood.
Police chief Mark Saunders said 13 other victims have injuries from minor to severe. They range from 10 to 59 years.
The 29-year-old shooter died after a shootout with the police. Saunders declined to release his name, saying that the authorities "do not know why this has happened so far".
A hospital says five of the 14 people shot dead by an armed man on a Toronto street are in serious or critical but stable condition.
St. Michael Najma Ahmed, the trauma surgeon at Michael's Hospital, says that three of these people were immediately operated on to save their lives.
The hospital does not disclose age, gender or other details.
Two people were killed in shootings on Sunday. Other injured victims were taken to other hospitals and their condition is not immediately available.
The 29-year-old gunman was killed after a shootout with the police. Authorities have not published his name or revealed his potential motivation.
Ontario's police station says a second person is dead after Sagittarius shot 14 people in Toronto's Greektown neighborhood.
A Special Provincial spokeswoman Monica Hudon says three people are dead, including the gunman in the Danforth Street attack. No information was given about the second victim. The police confirmed that a victim had died on Sunday night and a young girl was in critical condition.
Police say the police officer found the 29-year-old suspect about three blocks from the scene and changed the fire. He said the man had fled and then been found dead in Danforth.
It was not immediately clear if the man killed himself or died of injuries after he was shot dead by the police.
The Special Investigations Unit will determine how the man died and if there were any police errors. The unit is automatically called to investigate all deaths and serious injuries involving the police.
Toronto police are looking for videos and photos of people and businesses in the area where one of the killers killed a woman and shot 13 other people in the Greektown neighborhood.
A video of a witness shows a black-clad man firing three shots off the pavement into at least one shop or restaurant late on Sunday. Witnesses said they heard 20 to 30 shots.
Police chief Mark Saunders said terrorism has not been ruled out. Toronto police reported that the filming took place in the Danforth and Logan Avenues in the Greektown district, a bustling residential area with restaurants and cafes.
A woman was killed and a young girl seriously injured. Saunders said the shooter died after exchanging shots with the police
Police say a gunman and a victim are dead after a man has 14 people, including a young girl , shot in Toronto known as Greektown.
Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders says a young woman was killed in a 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 yet known. He says it's too early to tell if shooting is terrorism.
Policemen, paramedics and other first-aiders came to the scene after the shootings, while residents, some in their pajamas, came out of their homes to see what was going on
Toronto police stopped dozens during the weekend more officers to deal with the recent increase in firearm violence in the city.
Canadian police and emergency services respond to a shootout that reportedly involved multiple victims in downtown Toronto, known as Greektown.
The police have not yet released confirmed details of the late shooting on Sunday. But the local TV station CP24 shows pictures of several ambulances and other first responders on the ground, with several people being treated by paramedics.
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