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4 Wounded In Shooting At Toronto Raptors Victory Celebration

The shots set off a panicked stampede at a gathering to honor the NBA champs. None of the injuries was life threatening and police quickly apprehended three suspects.
Fans gather at Nathan Phillips Square as they turn out for the Toronto Raptors NBA Championship Victory Parade on Monday in Toronto, Canada. Source: Tom Szczerbowski

Four people were wounded in Toronto when gunfire broke out at a rally to honor the newly-minted NBA champion Raptors.

The shootings, which occurred mid-afternoon, sparked a stampede from Nathan Philips Square, near City

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