Shooting suspect arrested after highway chase north of Toronto

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The Toronto Police said the man had previously attacked a 60-year-old woman and opened fire on a woman in the north of the metropolis at about 6:30 am on Wednesday morning.

Police said the suspect fled the area in a vehicle and shots were fired at officers responding to the scene.

The suspect apparently fled the scene and, a short time later, several police cars were seen speeding down northbound Highway 400.

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"It's never a good day when people are shooting at my officers", Toronto police chief Mark Saunders told reporters on Wednesday.

Anyone whose vehicle was damaged during the pursuit is asked to contact the OPP. Television footage showed a police vehicle driving over a spike belt and hitting a vehicle during the chase.

OPP Sgt Peter Leon says a spike belt was deployed on the highway just south of Memorial Avenue, and video shows the suspect vehicle swerving around it, and an OPP cruiser striking another vehicle.

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The chase ended shortly after and police placed one male into the back of a cruiser. The northbound lanes of Highway 400 were closed at Innisfil Beach Rd. but all lanes have since reopened.

Paramedics say the female who was shot in Black Creek was taken to hospital in serious condition. The suspect was surrounded on the highway near Highway 11, ran into the bushes, and eventually surrendered.

Highway 11 is closed near Memorial Avenue in Orillia.

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