Police cars are seen at a crime scene following a shooting in Scarborough, a suburb in east Toronto, July 17, 2012.Two people were killed and at least 19 injured in a shooting at an outdoor party in Toronto, police said on Tuesday, raising fresh fears of a rise in gun crime in Canada's largest city.
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There was no word on the man's condition, although media reports said he had life-threatening injuries.
He was shot Friday evening in the city's north end.
As well, two other people were injured in a shooting at Jane and Bloor Sts., located east of the downtown core.
The shootings follow a week of gun violence in the city.
On Monday, two people were killed and 23 others injured when shots rang out at a community barbecue in the city's west end. Nahom Tsegazab, 19, has been charged with reckless discharge firearm.
On Thursday, Daniel Davis, 27, was found dead in a west-end schoolyard. Friends said he had attended Monday's barbecue.
Clayton Wright, 42, was gunned down in a parking lot beside a soccer field Tuesday in the city. His brother, Winston Wright, 38, turned himself into police on Thursday and has been charged with first degree murder.