North York Toronto Van Attack Photos: Victims Dead Bodies Evacuated From Finch & Yonge Street
North York Toronto Rental Van Terror Attack Pictures: Victims Dead Bodies Evacuated From Finch & Yonge Street
The truck a suicidal terrorist rented to kill many in Toronto this afternoon has been towed away by investigators.
Dead bodies of victims have also been evacuated by forensic experts for autopsy and identification.
Earlier today, the suspect whose identity is yet to be revealed drove a white rental van into the sidewalk in North York area of Toronto, killing several pedestrians before stopping.
He is currently in police custody.
Here are some photos from the scene of the suspected terror attack.
What has this world turned into self???
A man is suicidal and all he could think of is to hurt innocent people…. chai!!! Lord have mercy o.
May God comfort the family members of the innocent victims.
April 23, 2018 at 11:36 PM
Thanks for the update @ writer.
I blame Canada for allowing psycos from those terrorist nations to enter easily while giving us Africans hard time to get their paper. I have a friend who has been rejected like 3 times. He is a doctor who plan to have a better life in Canada. I pity d dead ones but Canada needs a major shake up in helping immigrants from countries like mine to immigrate
April 24, 2018 at 3:52 AM
@ Mathew, y not stay in ur country and fix it, must u come Canada? We don’t want people like u here with ur selfish comments. Let ur doctor friend practice in Nigeria
April 24, 2018 at 4:56 AM
Evil is older than human, as people with conscience condemn what happened here, let’s remember to condemn what happened and still happening in Lybia, Iraq, Syria,Yemen etc, one of the reasons i mentioned these few Nations is because they were more peaceful before the aggressive invasion by America and her allies in the name of regime change, thousands are dying there everyday,millions misplaced and so many children are left without parents.
When any person,group/organization, country or any religion supports evil,that evil will definitely meet him/her or them one day.
April 24, 2018 at 11:36 AM
This should be expected from the day Canada opened their doors freely to these terrorists. A country as loving, peaceful and prosperous as Canada decided to show love and this is what they get in return. Too bad. rip to the dead
April 24, 2018 at 8:12 PM
It is not to do with immigrants, may I remind you we are all immigrants in North America. This land did not belong to us. However, all of us made a peaceful home here, we smile at strangers, we are helpful when winters get tough, we hold open doors for passerbys. This does not happen in Canada, not right infront of my home, but it did. Society somehow failed this attacker, who fell through the cracks. Who felt like he had to do this heinous act for attention. God knows what his intentions were, the police are still piecing that together. But Canadians dont turn on each other, and they don’t look at assailants with hate. This was very shocking, as I live on Yonge and Finch, and thats the road I walk twice everyday. But I believe in my government to investigate thoroughly to understand what made the attacker do this, I believe in my people that this will not turn us against each other and only bring us closer and stronger as a community. I applaud our police, our institutions and our media for being sensitive and careful in their wording so that the first reaction of the general population isn’t HATE, FEAR and DIVISION. If you want to immigrant to Canada, you must learn our values. We will work harder to instil them everyday, so another act like this DOES NOT EVER HAPPEN AGAIN.
April 26, 2018 at 4:40 AM
Wait a minute. That second photo (van being towed) isn’t even the Toronto Ryder Van. C’mon! ******
April 26, 2018 at 4:46 AM
That is the Ryder van being towed from the scene. It was covered up by the police while we watch. Watch your tongue Mumu, we don’t insult people here
Was at the scene and even sent some of these photos to the editor