Huge fatal shooting in a Vaughan condominium complex. the aftermath of a tragic mass shooting at a condominium complex in the Canadian city of Vaughan, a suburb of Toronto.
Suspect Was Dead At The Spot
On Sunday night, a shooting at a residential building in the Canadian province of Ontario’s city of Vaughan resulted in six fatalities, including the 73-year-old suspect, and one major injury, according to local police.
The Special Investigations Unit (SIU) of Ontario announced in a statement Monday morning that the suspect was shot at by police and was pronounced deceased at the scene.
Investigation Is Still On
A post-mortem was set for Tuesday, according to the SIU, which looks into killings involving police, and the SIU said it was investigating the death of the suspect. More details regarding the victims or the suspect’s motivation have not been disclosed by the authorities.
According to local media, York Regional Police Chief Jim MacSween informed reporters Sunday night that he was unable to give any details about the fatalities or the incident at this time since the families of the victims were still being notified.
Immediately north of Toronto, in Vaughan, there was a report of a “active male gunman who had shot many people,” according to a statement from the York Regional Police Department.
1. Is the suspect dead?
A. Yes, he was shot by the police
2. How many people died?
A. Six people
3. Where did the shooting take place?
A. Toronto suburb of Vaughan
4. How old was the Suspect?
A. 73 years old