- Police say two people sustained non-life-threatening injuries
- Raptors became first non-US team to win NBA title last week
- Police lift fans seeking safety as overcrowding becomes problem
Toronto police say two people were shot as Toronto Raptors fans packed the city’s downtown to watch the NBA team’s championship victory parade. Police said two people had sustained serious, but non-life threatening injuries, in the incident. They added that two people had been taken into custody, and the parade was resumed after a short delay.
I’m on the roof of city hall and something is happening. People are running including what looks to be cops and security pic.twitter.com/FEbhw88OqI