I guess now we see how social media impacts an in-progress crime. I'll paste resources below, as well as on my tweetstream - @carmilevy
Feel free to share your own in comments.
Update from the Toronto Police 8:50 pm
Constable Victor Kwong has just confirmed the following:
- At 6:23 pm, police were called in to shooting at food court, lower level, north end of the mall.
- 8 victims have been identified, with injuries of varying severities. 1 pronounced dead on-scene. 2 in critical condition, 1 life-threatening.
- Shooter not currently in custody
TPS has announced, via Twitter, that an arrest has been made in the case. No further details released at the time. CTV story here.
- Toronto Star Storify link
- CTV main story page - Updated 8:28 pm: video here. Updated 9:03: More video
- CTV Toronto main story page
- Canadian Press story - Updated 8:40 pm on Yahoo! Canada
- Storify page compiled by HiMY SYeD
- CityTV report
- CBC story
- Trending search terms: #EatonCentre and #EatonCentreShooting
- Toronto Police
- Steve Young (CTV London News Director)
- CTV London
- Huffington Post Intern Brian Tien Trinh
- Toronto Star reporter Niamh Scallan and photographer Rick Madonik
- Toronto Blue Jays player Brett Lawrie
- Canadian Press
watching the news right now...i hope they catch him soon, my heart goes out to the victims and their families
It is way, way too much like this:
(Yeah, I live in Salt Lake City. We're still feeling the aftermath of "our" mall shooting.)
i clicked on the ad even though i don't shave my legs, is that ok ?
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