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Goodale and Freeland commend Toronto first responders

2018-04-24 02:07
Goodale and Freeland commend Toronto first responders Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland have thanked first responders in Toronto for their “extraordinary” and “courageous” work, after a van struck pedestrians and left multiple people dead. 108 http://cdn.newslook.com/84/844add56128d8a3d92696f5ebdae21fe/mp4_med/844add56128d8a3d92696f5ebdae21fe-mp4_med.mp4 http://cdn.newslook.com/84/844add56128d8a3d92696f5ebdae21fe/images/frame_ext.jpg http://cdn.newslook.com/videos/thumb/31277a69.jpg n_Goodale-Freeland20180423T1915 CAPTION: Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland have thanked first responders in Toronto for their “extraordinary” and “courageous” work, after a van struck pedestrians and left multiple people dead. (April 23, 2018) 1. SOUNDBITE: Ralph Goodale, Public Safety Minister 2. SOUNDBITE: Chrystia Freeland, Foreign Affairs Minister PLACELINE: Toronto CREDIT: The Canadian Press STORYLINE: Nine people died and 16 others were injured when a van mounted a sidewalk and struck multiple pedestrians along a stretch of one of Toronto's busiest streets, authorities said Monday, calling it "a horrific attack." Deputy police chief Peter Yuen said the driver of the van was taken into custody, but did not provide details as to his identity or any charges he may be facing. NewsLook The Canadian Press - News (En) Video provided by The Canadian Press - News (En) Copyright © 2010-2018 The Canadian Press. All rights reserved. The Canadian Press NewsLook ["Chrystia Freeland", "Ralph Goodale", "Peter Yuen", "Toronto"] 2018-04-23 23:15:00 +0000 2018-04-23 23:18:07 +0000 2018-04-23 23:20:49 +0000