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Toronto Van Attack

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Further investigation revealed three other people were also hurt.
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The neighbourhood I call home is #TorontoStrong
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About Toronto Van Attack
On April 23, 2018, a van drove down Toronto’s Yonge Street in North York, going against traffic as well as onto the sidewalk, striking pedestrians. Ten people were killed and 15 were injured. Police took Alek Minassian, 25, into custody as the suspected driver of the van. No motive has yet been released.