Greater Toronto shootings: student dies of wounds
Satwinder Singh was injured in the shootings that also killed a police officer and a shopkeeper in the Greater Toronto on Monday.
Satwinder Singh is the third victim of Monday's shootings to lose his life.< /p>
Halton Regional Police have confirmed that 28-year-old overseas student Satwinder Singh has died of his injuries. He worked in the same garage as Shakeel Ashraf, one of the other two victims.
The student from India died at Hamilton General Hospital, surrounded by his family and friends, according to a statement released by Halton Police on Saturday.
The young man, a part-time employee of MK Auto Repairs, was at the facility when of the shooting.
This is heartbreaking news for our community which has yet to begin to heal from Monday's traumatic events, says Regional Police Chief of Halton, Stephen Tanner.
I encourage everyone to ask for help if they need it.
The other two victims of the shootings are MK Auto Repairs owner Shakeel Ashraf, 38, and police officer Andrew Hong, 48.
Two other people were injured.< /p>
Investigators have identified a susp ect, a 40-year-old man named Sean Petrie.
He was killed by police in a Hamilton cemetery, according to the Ontario Special Investigations Unit.< /p>