During a time of uncertainty and sorrow, thousands of mourners came together to honour the lives affected by the tragic mass shooting that took place in Toronto's vibrant Greektown Sunday evening. "The (shooter), he stopped for just a minute", Demircan told CP24. She was only hit in her right arm.
"There are questions that remain unanswered-like which mosque Hussain attended, who scrubbed his social media presence and how it was that his name was withheld until the family issued their polished statement", Fateh concluded, referring to accusations that the Hussain family statement quoted above was prepared with the help of professional Muslim activists. "I can't believe it's him".
Flowers and candles were left at the locations where the shots rang out. "We do not know why this has happened yet", he said.
Sinha said the association condemns Hussain's actions, but said discussing them exclusively in the context of his mental illness risks doing other patients a disservice.
With a friend pulling him away and no time to think, Demircan says he ran away.
"While I am running I fell down. The bullet grazed (me) and I thought I was hit".
"I feel guilty that I couldn't help that girl". Since that day, whenever I close my eyes I keep thinking that her face is coming into my eyes and I can't stop myself from thinking what could I do differently, what could I do to save her. She was described by family as smart and passionate also held a job at an east-end Loblaw's store, where she worked alongside her friend Samantha Price, the company said.
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The older victim has been identified as Toronto resident Reese Fallon, who was to begin studies at McMaster University in the city of Hamilton this September. Thirteen other people suffered gunshot wounds that night.
The shooting in Toronto's Greektown neighborhood stunned people in a normally safe city, already unsettled by an attack just three months earlier when a man used a van to plow over pedestrians on a downtown sidewalk, killing 10 people and injuring 14 in an attack apparently aimed at women. Fahad was arrested July 24, 2015 after police stopped and searched a rental vehicle in the area of Avenue W and 17th Street West. Officers found more than $2,000 in cash and 26 pieces of crack cocaine packaged for trafficking.
He died after an exchange of gunfire with police but it remains unclear whether he took his own life or was killed by police. An autopsy on the suspect will be conducted on Tuesday, SIU spokeswoman Monica Hudon said.
His family released a statement to CBC News expressing their "deepest condolences" to victims and their families, saying their son struggled with "severe mental health challenges".
The shooter had a lifelong mental illness, his family said, and city leaders want to ban handguns.
"I am going to go (to the scene) every night at 9:30 p.m. and get my coffee from Tim Hortons and I am going to stay there and I am going to pray for their souls".