One dead, another hurt in a shooting near Dufferin and Lawrence
Toronto Police have confirmed that a man has died after being shot while in his pickup truck.
A woman, who was also in that vehicle, has been rushed to hospital, fighting for her life.
Police say they are looking for a black man, wearing a grey sweat suit, who took off in a grey hatchback.
The original call to police came in around 3:30pm.
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SHOOTING: UPDATE— Toronto Police Operations (@TPSOperations) December 1, 2020
Dufferin St + Lawrence Av W
- police are on scene investigating
- man has succumbed to his injuries
- this is now a homicide investigation
- woman has been transported to hospital by emergency run
- road closed in the area @TTCnotices#GO2271563
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