The Raptors' parade was marred by a nearby shooting, which led to this subsequent takedown. (Photo via Kris Pangilinan on Twitter.)

The Toronto Raptors’ NBA championship parade and celebration Monday drew incredible amounts of fans, but it was marred by a shooting. As per the Toronto police, a shooting took place near Nathan Phillips Square (the area outside Toronto City Hall where championship speeches were being given), injuring two people (update: that total’s now at four). Two people were taken into custody shortly afterwards, with a third taken into custody later:

Kris Pangilinan of Toronto’s CP24 breaking news TV station tweeted this photo sent in by a viewer of police taking down a suspect:

Jennifer Pagliaro of The Toronto Star provided this aerial view of the scene:

And Meagan Fitzpatrick tweeted video of people trying to get out of the area, and a photo of the belongings they left behind:

Meanwhile, CTV published a video of this appeal for calm from the main stage:

It’s good to hear that the injuries aren’t life-threatening. But it’s highly unfortunate for the Raptors and their fans that gun violence marred their parade and celebration.

[Kris Pangilinan and Meagan Fitzpatrick on Twitter/CTV]

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