A Shoot out during Raptors’ championship parade at Nathan Phillip’s Square
Why it happened the way it happened :An insight
The Toronto Raptors took to the streets on Monday morning and afternoon to celebrate the first title in franchise history, which they captured last week with a dramatic Game 6 win over the Golden State Warriors.
Unfortunately, the celebration soon took a more somber and frightening mood after reports of gunshots. Multiple videos appeared on social media showing a large portion of the crowd start to scatter, and Toronto police have confirmed there were shots fired. They later updated their report to note that there are two victims, both with serious, but non-life threatening injuries. In addition, they have two people in custody, and recovered two firearms
The ceremony, including speeches by Raptors officials and players, has resumpted after a brief delay.
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