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South Simcoe police investigating afternoon shooting in Bradford, Ont.

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South Simcoe police say they’re investigating a shooting that took place at a Bradford, Ont., farm on the 4th Line near County Road 27 on Friday afternoon.

“South Simcoe police were contacted shortly after 3 p.m. today,” South Simcoe police Sgt. John Chalmers said in a video on Twitter. “We were advised that a male had been shot.”

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According to police spokesperson Sue Sgambati, the 44-year-old man who was shot is a farm worker.

“The individual was transported to a hospital,” Chalmers said. “He was later transported to a trauma centre in Toronto in serious but in stable condition.”

Sgambati said there are no suspects yet and that there have been no arrests.

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“We’re going to be at the scene investigating for some time,” Sgambati said. “We’re trying to determine what happened here.”

Officers say to expect a large police presence in the area. There are no road closures in the area as a result of the incident.

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Anyone with information is asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers anonymously.

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