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Man shot multiple times in North York
Gunfire rang out at a strip plaza in the Wilson and Dufferin area.
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A man was shot multiple times in North York, Sunday evening.

The call came in around 9:30 p.m. to Dilly's Sports Bar on Wilson Avenue, west of Dufferin. It's located in a strip plaza.

Police say the victim was shot while inside a car, then made his way outside to the front of the bar, where he collapsed.

Toronto EMS say the man in his 30's, suffered gunshot wounds to his chest and was rushed to a trauma centre. His injuries are said to be life-threatening.

Police say they are looking for two possible suspects, but they do not have a description.

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A man was shot multiple times in North York, Sunday evening.

The call came in around 9:30 p.m. to Dilly's Sports Bar on Wilson Avenue, west of Dufferin. It's located in a strip plaza.

Police say the victim was shot while inside a car, then made his way outside to the front of the bar, where he collapsed.

Toronto EMS say the man in his 30's, suffered gunshot wounds to his chest and was rushed to a trauma centre. His injuries are said to be life-threatening.

Police say they are looking for two possible suspects, but they do not have a description.

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