Canada, 20 years old with a rifle killed by the police near a school

Two days after the massacre in Uvalde, Texas, the alarm goes off in the city of Toronto for an episode with still unclear outlines

A man armed with a rifle next to one Toronto school was killed by the police. The man, according to the police Twitter account, was about 20 years old, wearing a white cap and a long coat. Two days from the massacre in the Robb Elementary in Uvalde, in Texas, the presence of a gunman created panic and all the schools in the area were placed in lockdown until the police intervention, the chief of law enforcement of the city, James Ramer said, without giving other details.

According to reports from the Canadian media, the alarm would have gone off after some reports of people who had seen the armed boy wandering near Oxhorn Road. Immediately the schools in the area, Joseph Howe Senior Public School, Sir Oliver Mowat Collegiate Institute, St. Brendan Catholic School and William G Davis Junior Public School, Charlottetown Junior Public School and Centennial Road Junior Public School, were invited to close the entrances, while numerous police patrols arrived on the spot, up to to the tragic ending.