Toronto Attack: Van Collides with Pedestrians, 10 deaths and 15 injured

Toronto attack

In Toronto city of Canada, a person hit the pedestrians with the van. In this incident, 10 people have died and 15 others have been injured.

The police identified the suspect as the 25-year-old Alek Minassian.

He has arrested only a short distance from the scene.

The video of the people standing nearby seems to know that the driver probably kept some things on the policemen and the officers were screaming and asking him to come down. After that, the man was taken into custody without any firing.

Toronto Deputy Chief of Police Peter Yuen has appealed for investigations and has said that the investigation can run long.

He said arrangements for hotline service have been arranged separately for the families of the victims and witnesses.

City Police Chief Mark Saunders said in a press conference that the incident was deliberately executed, although the motive could not be known yet.

He told that Alec Minasian was detained in the suburbs of Toronto, Richmond Hill and had no information about the police beforehand.

The police identified the suspect as the 25-year-old Alek Minassian.The police identified the suspect as the 25-year-old Alek Minassian.
The police identified the suspect as the 25-year-old Alek Minassian.

There is a video shop near Reza Hashemi’s scene. He told that people had heard the voices of screaming.

They told that the white colored van often climbed on the sidewalk and the people collided.

This incident took place on Monday at 1:00 pm local time at Young Street and Finch Avenue. Police have advised people to stay away from this area. Closer Metro services have been postponed.

Toronto Police spokesman Gary Long said from Canada’s TV channel Global News, “There were reports that a white van climbed to the south side towards Yong and Finch, eight to 10 people came in the grip. is not clear.”

Photos taken on the spot are showing that police is there with heavy weapons and the injured are being treated.

An orange bag can be seen in an ambulance. It seems that there is no corpse in it.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told reporters, “We are obviously taking stock of the situation in Toronto.

Ruth Karpenter

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