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Toronto police investigating three separate shootings

Police tape covers off a the scene of a 2009 shooting in Vancouver.

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Four people have been injured in three separate shooting incidents in Toronto.

Police say a man was taken to hospital after being shot in the abdomen in the east end just before 4 a.m.

Another man has life-threatening injuries after being shot in the head in northwest Toronto on Friday night.

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In the third incident, police say there was an exchange of gunfire in the west end around 11:30 p.m. Two victims were located in a car that was covered in bullet holes.

Their injuries are non-life threatening.

The shootings follow a week in which two people were killed and more than 20 injured during gunfire at a street party Monday, a man was gunned down near a soccer field Tuesday night and another man was shot and killed Thursday at a school yard.

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