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Man walks into Toronto police station with life-threatening gunshot wound

Roads were closed in the area as police investigated.
Roads were closed in the area as police investigated. Andrew Collins / Global News

Officials say a man was rushed to hospital in life-threatening condition after he walked into a Toronto police station with a gunshot wound Saturday afternoon.

Police said the man walked into 12 Division headquarters in the area of Black Creek and Trethewey drives around 3 p.m.

The area around the police station was subsequently locked down, paramedics were called, and the man was rushed to hospital, a police spokesperson told Global News.

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Police said the actual shooting location is unknown.

Paramedics said the victim is in his 30s.

The area of Black Creek and Trethewey drives is the same location where five teens were shot on Oct. 30, leaving several of them with serious injuries.

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Two suspects were since arrested in connection with that incident.

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