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Police walk up Yonge Street outside the Eaton Centre shopping mall in Toronto on Saturday after a shooting in the mall’s food court.

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Police set up a perimeter outside the Eaton Centre. Traffic was reopened shortly after 9:15.

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People hug outside the Eaton Centre. Seven people were wounded in the chaos surrounding the shooting, and one person died.

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Police close off an area at the Eaton Centre.

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Two people injured in the shooting were in critical condition in hospital, according to Toronto Police Constable Victor Kwong. Some were injured due to trampling as people fled the area.

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Toronto Police Constable Victor Kwong updates the media on the Eaton Centre shootings in Toronto.

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford visits the Eaton Centre on Saturday night after the shootings.

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