Tell us: How do you feel about the police response to the Toronto Raptors parade shooting?

TORONTO, ON - JUNE 17: Police officers attend to an injured person after a shooting occurred during the Toronto Raptors Championship Victory Parade on June 17, 2019 in Toronto, Ontario. According to Toronto Police, Four people were reportedly injured in a shooting during the victory parade at Nathan Philip's square. None of the injuries were life threatening, three people were arrested and two firearms recovered. (Photo by Yu Ruidong/China News Service/VCG via Getty Images)

As Toronto celebrated the historic NBA championship win for the Raptors, a frightening event shook up the city.

Officials confirmed that a shooting occurred near Nathan Phillip’s Square during the ceremony, following the parade throughout downtown Toronto to celebrate the Raptors’ first NBA title in franchise history. Four victims sustained non-life threatening injuries and three people have been arrested in connection with the shooting.

Thousands of people were in the area and a large group could be seen running from the celebration, trying to get away from the scene of the shooting as quickly as possible. There was a brief delay in the ceremony as the shooting was announced on stage to the public, but speeches and celebrations continued throughout the afternoon.

Toronto Mayor John Tory took released a statement Monday evening condemning the attack and thanking officers for their quick response.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also released a statement on Twitter to praise Toronto Police for “acting so quickly.”

Others took to social media to share mixed response to the police reaction to the shooting, citing everything from a quick reaction to a lack of planning.

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