- Police say there were two victims with non-life-threatening injuries.
- Gun shots and reports of the shooting caused a chaotic scene, as those in attendance fled, all while the Raptors' championship speeches continued.
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A chaotic scene unfolded on Monday at the Toronto Raptors championship parade, as reports of a shooting and an emergency situation sent those in attendance running.
The Toronto Police Operations Twitter account reported at 2:56 p.m. ET that were reports of gunshots near Nathan Phillips Square. The Toronto Police later reported that there were two victims with non-life-threatening injuries.
Those in attendance said there were masses of people running in confusion, while officials urged people to stay calm . The speeches from the team were still going on, according to Bruce Arthur of the Toronto Sun .
Marika Washchyshyn of CTV reported that the crowd eventually gathered back in the square.
Videos showed the chaotic scene.
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