Toronto School Is In Lockdown After Someone Was Reportedly Stabbed

George S. Henry Academy is in lockdown after reports of a stabbing.

Toronto Police reported on Twitter that at 1:41 p.m. there were reports that someone had been stabbed inside the school. Police later reported at 2:59 p.m. that the victim wasn't located inside the building.

Police officers are on the scene and, according to the tweet posted at 2:05 p.m, have entered the school. Officers say they are "searching now."

Currently, one victim has been located and he is suffering serious injuries.

Police state that he has been taken to a trauma centre.

Toronto Police Are Looking For A Man Who Allegedly Pushed Someone Onto TTC Subway Tracks

The man was dragged by the train and taken to hospital for his injuries.

A 36-year-old man was pushed and fell onto the Bloor-Yonge Subway Station TTC subway tracks on November 26, and police are looking for the person who allegedly pushed him.

Toronto police were called to the station at 5:22 p.m. for "unknown trouble" and reported the victim was carrying a box at the platform when he accidentally bumped into another man which sparked an argument, according to a press release.

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Someone in Toronto caught the very moment on camera a condo window shattered and glass showered down onto the streets below.

"This morning — I work from home — I was just up walking around and noticed there was light flashing into my apartment," Claire Hulme shared with Narcity. "I looked outside and I saw this door or glass window spinning."

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A 5-Year-Old Girl Died After A Car Crashed Right Into A Tree In Etobicoke

Flowers and teddy bears have reportedly been placed on scene as a memorial for her.

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A five-year-old girl died from a car crash over the weekend in Etobicoke.

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Toronto Police Warn Public Of Man Who Allegedly Tried To Lure An 11-Year-Old Into A Car

The driver "encouraged" the girl to get in the car, police said.

Toronto police are alerting the public of a "suspicious vehicle" whose driver allegedly tried to lure a child inside the car.

On November 8, in the area of Ellerslie Avenue and Senlac Road, "a man driving a beige sedan with a female front passenger approached an eleven-year-old girl," police said in a news release.

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