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In Pictures: Mass shooting at Toronto street party

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Joseph Bryan, second from left, Joseph Bryan, second from left, attends a vigil with his family outside the home of 14 year-old Shyanne Charles who was shot and killed during a block party in Toronto. Bryan was best friends with Charles and had attended the party with her.

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Family and friends of Shyanne Charles including her brother mourn the death of the 14 year-old during a vigil outside an apartment building near her home.

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An impromptu candlelight vigil is started by young people, many in tears, during a news conference held by local politicians and faith leaders at the site of the Scarborough Housing complex shooting spree.

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Area resident came out to mourn the death of Shyanne Charles during a vigil outside an apartment building near her home, where they then placed flowers.

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A group of young people arrived and hung a memorial of posters and flowers near the shooting scene at a housing complex at Morningside Avenue and Danzig Street.

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford visits the scene July 17, 2012 where a shooting killed two and injured more than 20 people late last night at a neighbourhood barbecue in east-end Toronto.

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Two people are dead and at least 21 others injured after a shooting Monday evening in Toronto.

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The shooting happened at an outdoor party in the Scarborough area of Toronto, police said, raising fresh fears of a rise in gun crime in Canada's largest city.

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A woman is treated by emergency workers after suffering a gunshot wound to the thigh.

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A young woman is taken to an ambulance after being injured during the shootings.

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Toronto Police stand next to a body at the scene of the shooting.

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Toronto police walk the scene of the shooting

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Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair walks down Morningside Avenue in Scarborough on Tuesday following the shooting.

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Pedestrians look on near the scene of the shooting

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Toronto Police look at evidence markers at the scene of the shooting on Danzig Avenue.

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A body lies next to a van at the scene.

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A woman mourns while sitting at a curb near the scene.

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Police officers take notes at the crime scene,

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People look at the scene on Danzig Avenue.

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Police survey the crime scene.

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Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair describes the shooting as 'very shocking' at a news conference Tuesday.

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A police officer walks the crime scene.

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People stand behind police crime scene tape on Danzig Avenue in Scarborough.

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Police cruisers block access to many streets around the crime scene.

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Two women hug near the crime scene

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Toronto police gather evidence at the scene

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Police canvas homes in the neighbourhood, seeking more information on the shootings.

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Police officers knocked on all the doors of a townhouse complex at the corner of Morningside Avenue and Danzig Street the morning after the shooting

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Chief Bill Blair speaks at a press conference at police headquarters the day after the shooting.

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