At least 4 people dead in shooting, Canadian police say

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At least 4 people dead in shooting, Canadian police say

At least 4 people have died in a shooting in Fredericton, New Brunswick, on Friday morning.

Police and Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers survey the area of a shooting in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

It is not yet clear how many shooters there are in this incident.

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Fredericton Police are responding to Brookside Drive area.

Police have since confirmed "there is no further threat to the public", and said lockdowns were no longer required. "Please continue to avoid the area and follow us for the facts".

Police said that a suspect was in custody following the shooting in the capital of New Brunswick province and was being treated for "serious injuries".

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Officers have shut down a road and are asking residents to stay inside and away from their windows because the incident is ongoing. "More information will be available when we can confirm".

DiDiotato added, "With the tempo, it might have been a gunshot". They have searched all the apartments in the building.

The shooting occurred in the Brookside Drive area of the city of about 60,000 people, police said.

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"There was three to five minutes between the first shots I was hearing and that's kind of when I knew it wasn't fireworks", she said. "It was sort of like a pop, pop, pop, pop", he said. But officials warned that the incident was "still active" and urged residents to stay inside and lock their doors. It's been four years since Justin Bourque went on a shooting rampage in Moncton, ultimately killing three police officers and injuring two others. We're following the situation closely,"he said on Twitter".

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