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Canada Victim of shooting outside Danforth bar ID'd as Thomas Michael Alcott

12:45  09 february  2020
12:45  09 february  2020 Source:   cbc.ca

Three dead, two injured in shooting at downtown Toronto Airbnb

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Toronto police have identified the victim of a shooting in the city's east end early Wednesday as Thomas Michael Alcott , of Toronto. Officers arrived and found Alcott unconscious with multiple gunshot wounds. Paramedics rushed him to a trauma centre, where he was later pronounced dead.

The 2018 Toronto shooting , known locally as the Danforth shooting , was a mass shooting that occurred on Danforth Avenue in the Greektown neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario, Canada

a group of people walking down a street: Officers found the victim unconscious, suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. © Michael Cole/CBC Officers found the victim unconscious, suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.

Toronto police have identified the victim of a shooting in the city's east end early Wednesday as Thomas Michael Alcott, of Toronto.

The shooting happened around 3 a.m. outside a bar near the corner of Danforth and Greenwood avenues.

Officers arrived and found Alcott unconscious with multiple gunshot wounds.

Paramedics rushed him to a trauma centre, where he was later pronounced dead.

Witnesses reported seeing at least two people got into a vehicle and drove away after the gunfire, police said.

Homicide investigators have taken over the case.

Anyone with potentially valuable information is asked to call police or leave an anonymous tip with Crime Stoppers.

Man in his 20s seriously injured in downtown Toronto shooting .
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