UPDATE, July 25th at 9:20 EST: Three people have died from the shooting in Danforth. This includes 18-year-old Reese Fallon, 10-year-old Julianna Jozis and the shooter himself, Faisal Hussain.

A shooting in Greektown on Sunday night has left multiple people injured in Toronto. The suspected shooter is also reportedly dead. 

The Toronto Police have confirmed that one person is dead as a result of this shooting, not including the alleged shooter himself. 14 other people are injured at this time including one, a young woman, who is in critical condition Police Chief Mark Saunders has confirmed. Global has reported that one victim is as young as nine years old. 

Homicide is taking the lead on the situation currently and Saunders has said that the additional police presence in the area did work to their advantage in response time. 

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The incident occurred on Danforth and Logan Avenue at around 10:00 P.M. Police cannot comment at this time on whether or not the shooting was gang-related. 

John Tulloch told CBC that the gun-shots originally were fireworks because they were rapid fire. He was getting out of his car when he heard the shooting and then saw people running before realizing it was gunfire. 

Someone living in the area actually caught a video in which the gunshots can be heard ringing out. Police sirens can be heard also and it is currently believed that the shooter was firing at police. 

At this time Police are asking that anyone with more information reach out to help with the case. The chief has said that it will take time to fully understand what happened and that any video footage should be submitted to the Police. 

Ontario Premiere Doug Ford has made a statement via Twitter and mayor of the city, John Tory, participated in the press conference with the police chief. 

The TTC has stated that subway trains are bypassing Chester Station due to police activity at this time.

Source: Global, CBC

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