One person is dead and at least four others are seriously injured after a shooting in Toronto’s Etobicoke neighbourhood on Sunday.
Police said they were called to the Willowridge Road and Eglinton Avenue West area shortly before 2:30 p.m. ET.
Callers told police that a man got out of his vehicle and started shooting. Police said a suspect shot into a car.
When officers arrived, they said they found five people suffering from “very serious” injuries as a result of the gunfire, police said in a tweet. One person was left without vital signs.
One victim was later pronounced dead. The homicide unit has been called to investigate.
Officers assisted with two emergency runs to hospital. They could not confirm whether either run included the individual without vital signs.
Bullet holes were discovered in nearby buildings.
Police said they are canvassing the area for other victims.
According to reports, two suspected shooters fled the scene in a black car, police said. No descriptions of the assailants have been released.
SHOOTING:<br>Willowridge Rd + Eglinton Av W<br>- Suspect shot into a car<br>- Officers located 5 victims<br>- Officers assisting with 2 emergency runs<br>- Bullet holes discovered in nearby buildings<br>- Officers canvassing for other victims<br>- Reports suspects fled in black car<br>- Will update<br>^dh