Raptors Parade 2019: Two injured in shooting during Raptors' championship parade

Police are investigating after two people suffered "serious but not life threatening" injuries following a shooting at the Raptors' parade.

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People take cover after reports of shots fired in the area where crowds gathered in Nathan Phillips Square to celebrate the Toronto Raptors victory parade in Toronto, Ontario, Canada June 17, 2019.   -  Reuters

Two people were injured in a shooting during the Toronto Raptors' championship parade in Toronto on Monday, police have said.

The shooting occurred in Nathan Phillips Square near Bay Street and Albert Street.

Toronto Police said two people suffered "serious but not life threatening" injuries and two people were taken into custody while two firearms were recovered.

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Last week the Raptors won its first ever NBA title, beating the Golden State Warriors in six games of the Finals.

There were estimated to be over one million people at the championship parade.