At least four dead in Canada shooting

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At least four people have been killed in a shooting in eastern Canada, police have confirmed. An incident has resulted in at least four people killed.

The circumstances of the shooting in the capital of New Brunswick province are not immediately known.

They're also asking people not to post information about the position or activities of police and first responders during this "active incident".

Police said Brookside Drive between Main Street and Ring Road will remain closed "for the foreseeable future" to work the investigation.

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Fredericton Police are responding Brookside Drive area.

Hrubeniuk said residents have been advised to stay inside with their doors locked.

More than an hour later, the force tweeted that one suspect was in custody.

David MacCoubrey, who lives in Fredericton, said he has heard about 20 shots including two in the last few minutes.

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"With the tempo, it might've been a gunshot", he told CBC. 'It was sort of like a pop, pop, pop, pop'.

Four people have died in a shooting in Canada. Stay inside, lock your doors.

MacCoubrey says police have been searching the complex and he's been sitting on the floor of his home away from windows.

The town of Fredericton is located about 70 miles from the US border.

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