Two people have serious but not life-threatening injuries in connection with a shooting that took place at the championship parade for the Toronto Raptors on Monday.
The Raptors were celebrating their first ever NBA title along with some 1.5 million Raptors fans in downtown Toronto.
According to police, two firearms were recovered and an investigation is on-going into the shooting. Two people are already in custody.
The shooting took place at Bay Street and Albert Street on Nathan Phillip’s Square, an area packed with fans celebrating the Raptors’ championship win over the Golden State Warriors. The parade and subsequent party was temporarily suspended after reports of the shooting spread but resumed soon after.
Two Reportedly Injured After Shooting During Toronto Raptors Parade was originally published on theboxhouston.com