A female victim arrives at a trauma centre from York University, where she was apparently injured during a shooting. Tony Smyth/CBC
Toronto Police are investigating a shooting at York University that injured two women Thursday night.
The two women suffered non-life threatening injuries during a shooting at York University's student centre.
Only one of the women was shot, a Toronto police constable told CBC News. She suffered serious, but non-life threatening injuries. The other woman received minor injuries.
One was transported to a trauma centre, and the other was taken to a hospital.
Police received the call around 10:45 p.m. ET.
First responders are on the scene and police have set up a command post. A suspect was seen running from a campus pub — The Underground — located near the middle of campus and its student centre.
Police are not releasing any information about the suspect at this time.
The CBC's Tony Smyth spoke with second-year York University student Thomas, who did not give his last name. He was near the student centre shortly after the shooting.
He said he feels safe on campus, but sometimes incidents like this one make people question their safety at school.
The campus was initially locked down. However, thelockdown was lifted around 1:10 a.m. ET when Toronto police advised university officials that the campus "can resume normal operations," read a tweet by university officials.
Four of Toronto's public transit bus routes servicing the campus were bypassing the university's core bus loop, the TTC's Twitter account for service advisories tweeted.
Shortly after 1:15 a.m. ET, the TTC tweeted that full service at the York University commons has resumed.
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