Mass shooting leaves 5 dead at Canadian condo

Mass shooting leaves 5 dead at canadian condo

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Five people were killed and one was seriously injured after police said a gunman opened fire at a residential building in Vaughan, Ontario, Sunday. The gunman was also killed.

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