One killed, 13 injured in Toronto shooting

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An 18-year-old college student was identified on Monday as one of the victims of the Toronto shooting attack.

Officers, some armed with rifles, sealed off Danforth Avenue, Greektown´s main street, after getting the call around 10:00 pm (0200 GMT Monday).

Those who were injured in the shootout have been admitted to the hospital.

Canadian investigators said Tuesday there was no link to terrorism in the mass shooting that killed two people and wounded 13 as they continued to probe the life of the 29-year-old gunman for clues to what prompted the rampage that targeted diners at restaurants and cafes in a popular Toronto neighborhood.

His arm calmly raised a handgun on people as they strolled in Toronto's Greektown neighborhood on Sunday night.

In an interview before the latest shooting, March said Toronto's gun violence stems from the disenfranchisement of certain communities.

Witnesses told multiple local media outlets that they suddenly heard a barrage of gunfire in the area. "You see the picture of her and it just hits home".

The assailant, Faisal Hussain, died after an exchange of gunfire with police.

Police guard a seventh-floor apartment at 43 Thorncliffe Park Toronto, the Millwood Rd. and Overlea Blvd. area, awaiting the arrival of a search warrant in connection with Sunday's mass shooting on Danforth Ave. "I know that her plan was to become a mental health nurse", he said. "She had been shot", she said. The witness said the suspect shot into businesses, including Caffe Demetre, a dessert shop. The shooting broke out around 10 p.m.

One of Fallon's friends was also injured in Sunday's attack, Hong said.

Mark Steel, who was Fallon's chemistry teacher previous year, said she was a great student.

"We are heartbroken to learn that a recent graduate of the TDSB [Toronto District School Board] was among those who tragically passed away as a result of last night's violence", John Malloy, director of education at the Toronto District School Board, said in a statement Monday.

Andreas Silaidis said he heard about six gunshots, looked out his window and saw people running and a few bodies on the ground.

"The family is devastated", Erskine-Smith said in a statement, adding that family members had asked for privacy while they mourn a young woman who was "smart, passionate and full of energy".

Even those who have never visited will likely recognize the impressive views it offers of downtown Toronto, with films including the 2013 romantic comedy "The F Word" showcasing a majestic skyline shot from the neighbourhood's western boundary, next to the Don River. 1 female adult has died.

The identity of the 10-year-old girl killed in the attack has not been released. The suspect fled on foot and was found dead nearby.

Bill Blair, the former Toronto City Police chief who was appointed last week as minister responsible for reducing organized crime, said lawmakers should be looking at more than simply handguns as they work to get illegal weapons off the streets.

"I'm keeping everything open".

Police Chief Mark Saunders said an 18-year-old woman and a 10-year-old girl were killed in the shooting. "I certainly want to find out exactly what it is, so I am not closing any doors or any chapters on this. The safety of our citizens is our highest responsibility, we all know that the only way that that can be achieved is together".

The alleged video of the shooter was first posted to Instagram. Heavy viewed the video on the original page before it was deleted.