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Canada Police identify man who died after shooting in west end Toronto

23:15  16 november  2019
23:15  16 november  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

1 dead, 1 in critical condition after shooting at north-end Toronto bar

  1 dead, 1 in critical condition after shooting at north-end Toronto bar Emergency crews were called to the establishment on Jane Street, near Lawrence Avenue West, just after 1:20 a.m. with reports of a shooting. Police said a man reportedly walked into the bar and began shooting. Two people were hit in the gunfire. READ MORE: Toronto police chief extends guns and gangs initiative amid record number of shootings A person died at the scene and a second was rushed to hospital in critical condition by paramedics with a police escort. Officers didn't release suspect information as of early Thursday, but a grey SUV was reportedly seen taking off from the scene.

Toronto police have identified a man who died after he was shot while walking on a sidewalk in the west end early Saturday. Police said Craig Campbell, 42, of Toronto , died of his injuries. The shooting happened on Oakwood Avenue south of Vaughan Road.

Police have identified a man found dead after a shooting overnight in Toronto 's west end . He was found lying in a snow bank. As Albert Delitala tells us, for people living in the area, this type of violence has become increasingly familiar.

a man wearing a red hat: Craig Campbell, 42, was shot and killed on Oakwood Avenue south of Vaughan Road early Saturday, police say. © Provided by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Craig Campbell, 42, was shot and killed on Oakwood Avenue south of Vaughan Road early Saturday, police say. Toronto police have identified a man who died after he was shot while walking on a sidewalk in the west end early Saturday.

Police said Craig Campbell, 42, of Toronto, died of his injuries.

The shooting happened on Oakwood Avenue south of Vaughan Road. Police officers in the area heard gunfire at about 1:40 a.m. and rushed to the scene. Callers also reported hearing the sounds of gunshots.

When officers arrived, they found Campbell with very serious gunshot wounds. 

Toronto paramedics rushed him to a trauma centre through an emergency run. He was without vital signs and he was pronounced dead in hospital.

Homicide detectives are now investigating.

Police taped off the area as officers collected evidence at the scene and looked for surveillance camera footage from nearby businesses.

A dark-coloured SUV was seen fleeing the area.

Anyone with security camera video or dashboard camera video is urged to come forward.


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