Toronto City, Canada, flags half mast for the crash victims.

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 Toronto City, Canada, flags half mast for the crash victims.


Toronto residents went to the streets to show solidarity and mourn the dead after a car crash on Monday afternoon local time, according to Canadian media GlobalNews 23. Local police said there was a car crash at the intersection of Yonge street and Finch Avenue in the north of Toronto at about half past one p.m. Police confirmed that 10 people were killed and 15 were injured. The police then arrested the man driving the car. After the attack, the label of strong Toronto and strong Canada spread immediately on social media, and many people began forwarding information that conveyed solidarity, love and hope. Social networking Facebook launched crisis response measures. Local users will be able to report to friends and family through the buttons on the Facebook page. A message from twitter writes, we will not allow any form of evil to frighten us. We will unite against this meaningless violence. Another tweet wrote, condolences to brothers and sisters in Toronto. Please take the courage to continue your good life. On April 23, 2018, in Toronto, Canada, people mourned the victims of car crash. Visual Chinese map On the 23 day of the hockey game, the Toronto maple leaf team, who was going to play the Boston bears in the playoffs, mourned a minute of silence before the game in memory of the people who died in the crash. The famous Toronto alphabet mark on the local landmark, NathanPhillipsSquare, also dimmed the light, and all public institutions in the city were half flags to the dead. At present, the identity of the suspect has been disclosed by the media, the 25 year old AlekMinassian, the police are now calling on the public to provide information about the person, and the motives for his attack are being further investigated. The source of this article: surging news editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310 On the 23 day of the hockey game, the Toronto maple leaf team, who was going to play the Boston bears in the playoffs, mourned a minute of silence before the game in memory of the people who died in the crash. The famous Toronto alphabet mark on the local landmark, NathanPhillipsSquare, also dimmed the light, and all public institutions in the city were half flags to the dead. At present, the identity of the suspect has been disclosed by the media, the 25 year old AlekMinassian, the police are now calling on the public to provide information about the person, and the motives for his attack are being further investigated.