The family of the suspect in the deadly Toronto mass shooting says he suffered from severe mental health problems, but relatives "could never imagine that this would be his devastating and destructive end". "There are reasons to be skeptical", said Stephanie Carvin, a professor of global relations at Carleton University, whose research focuses on domestic and worldwide security, terrorism and technology. 'We heard a woman yell, "help". "We will mourn those who were lost for the rest of our lives", Hussain's family said in a statement.
Fallon, who recently graduated from a nearby high school, was preparing to study nursing at McMaster University starting in the fall.
He was later found dead on Danforth Avenue from a gunshot wound, according to Ontario SIU spokesperson Monica Hudon who spoke at a press conference Monday afternoon.
Friends described Hussain as quiet and polite.
"Reese gave the warmest of hugs". "Julianna was a lovely, aspiring athlete who was in her third year in our sport", MacTavish said. "Everyone. wanted to be around her".
"I understand the argument of hunters and fishers, but no one is using handguns to cull the raccoon population in Toronto", he said.
Police are warning people to stay away from the area.
People place flowers and candles at a makeshift memorial remembering the victims of a shooting on Sunday evening on Danforth, Ave.in Toronto on Monday, July 23, 2018. "I'm angry when these kinds of things happen in the city - a lot of people will be angry", he said.
"At this stage, we have no evidence to support these claims", said Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders. The investigation itself is very fluid; it is very new.
Toronto police executed a search warrant at Hussain's seventh floor apartment unit where he lived with his family.
Hussain died after an exchange of gunfire with police.
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"Law enforcement in Canada, as well as law enforcement in the US and Europe, are seeking to find more effective ways to counter the emergence of the threat posed by individuals who either are motivated by some ideological or nonideological cause to go out and commit mass casualty attacks", Cohen said. Servers and fellow patrons provided first aid and held her hand until paramedics arrived, he said. If civilians are able to buy firearms legally, there is always the possibility they will enter an illegal market, Lee said. "I can't believe it's him", Aamir Sukhera told reporters.
Suddenly, she and the other customers were told to run to the back of the restaurant.
Witnesses said the shooting rampage lasted just a few minutes and sparked panic in the district, popular for its bars and restaurants.
"There was a lot of commotion in the street", he said. "He was shooting while he was running".
"There were cops everywhere", he said. A video clip of the attack has been making its rounds online.
Sunday's attack stunned residents and makeshift memorials have since sprung up along the avenue known by locals as "The Danforth".
"It is nearly inconceivable these things can happen", the mayor said.
But his family said in the statement that they'd sought treatment for him. The victims and their loved ones are in my thoughts and prayers.
Tory believes Sunday night's shooting is "evidence of a gun problem" in Toronto.
A vigil for the victims is being held on Wednesday night. Mayor John Tory has also questioned why anybody would need a gun in Toronto. "Today for too many, this confidence is shaken".
That bombing came just over a month after a driver plowed a van into a crowd of pedestrians on a busy Toronto street, killing 10 and injuring 15. The driver was charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder and 16 counts of attempted murder.
- with files from Alanna Rizza, Olivia Bowden, Alison Auld and Kelly Geraldine Malone.