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Two people were killed and another two were critically injured in an early-morning shooting in downtown Toronto.

Police were called to the Kensington Market area of the city at around 6:00 A.M. after several callers reported a shooting.

Officers say the shooting happened at the corner of Spadina Avenue and Oxford Street, where first responders found four victims.

They said two of the victims were pronounced dead on scene, while two others were taken to hospital.

An investigation is ongoing and anyone with information should contact 416-808-2222.

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