Found June 02, 2012 on
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Following the Blue Jays 7-4 loss to the Red Sox today, Blue Jays rookie third baseman Brett Lawrie took a trip past the Eaton Centre mall in Toronto. Per his Twitter handle, he was near what he thought was a shooting. It turns out that that’s exactly what it was.
Emergency crews have been called to the Eaton Centre after reports of a shooting inside the mall food court. CityLine’s Patrick Reynolds was inside the mall with his 13-year-old daughter at the time. ”We were locked inside the store. We were herded to the back and told to get down and turn off the lights,” he said. Subway service was shut down between Bloor and Union stations for the investigation.
CBC.ca has said that one person was shot and killed and there are seven others wounded. According to Constable Victor Kwong with the Toronto police, there is no suspect in custody. ”At this time we do not have the shooter.” Investigators have not yet released a description of the suspect, nor clarified whether they are looking for more than one person. The shooting appeared to have begun near the mall’s food court. Kwong added that the police are still reviewing multiple videos submitted by the public and have received conflicting reports.
Here is Lawrie’s investigative reporting:
Propers to @JimmyTraina for the heads up
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Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie was by a Toronto mall when a shooting took place and live-tweeted about the incident.
Brett Lawrie of the Toronto Blue Jays was at a shopping mall in Toronto on Saturday night when a suspect opened fire, resulting in a fatality and several other serious injuries. Lawrie told reporters on Sunday about the incident in which one person was killed, two were left in serious condition and three others were treated for gunshot wounds. Lawrie and a friend were in the...
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Lawrie has over 125,000 followers on Twitter and tweeted from inside Eaton Centre where one person was killed and seven others were injured when someone opened fire in the mall in downtown Toronto Saturday evening...
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Time: 1:07 PM ET
TV: NESN/MLB Network – WEEI
Daniel Bard (5-5, 4.56 ERA) vs. Drew Hutchinson (4-2, 4.84 ERA)
RED SOX (28-25)
Blue Jays (27-26)
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