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What politicians are saying about tragic incident at Yonge and Finch 

Justin Trudeau: ,”Our thoughts are obviously with those who affected by this incident. We are still gathering information and as soon as we can we will share more information with Canadians.”

Opposition Leader Andrew Scheer: “I speak for all parliamentarians when I say that our thoughts and prayers of the victims of the recent tragic situation that’s unfolding in Toronto right now. I wonder if the prime minister will join me in sending our best wishes to the community impacted and update the house with any information that they might be able to share as this situation unfolds.”

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne: “This is a frightening and tragic situation.” Wynne says, “What I want people to know is all levels of government and police services are working together so the OPP and the RCMP and the Toronto Police Service, all levels are working together and the information is flowing among those organizations.”

Toronto Mayor John Tory: ” There has been a very tragic incident at at Yonge St and Finch Ave. My thoughts are with those affected by the incident and the frontline responders who are working to help those injured.”

Ontario PC Party leader Doug Ford: “Our thoughts are with the victims and those affected at Yonge and Finch. Thank you to the brave EMS and first responders who are working tirelessly to help. We are watching closely.”

Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath: “My heart is with the victims and witnesses of the horror at Yonge and Finch this afternoon, and their loved ones — as well as the emergency responders now on the scene.”

Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh: “Tragic news coming out of Toronto – my thoughts are with all those affected by the horrific events unfolding near Yonge and Finch, along with all first responders.”

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