Reports of gunshots at Canada’s Wonderland unfounded, police say

A York Regional Police officer and cruiser. File / Global News

York Regional Police say reports of gunshots heard at Canada’s Wonderland late Friday were unfounded.

Police said they were called to the amusement park shortly before 10 p.m. for reports of the sound of gunshots.

A police spokesperson told Global News officers attended, investigated, and found no evidence to support that shots had been fired.

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Videos posted to social media show panicked scenes, with people running through the gates out of the park.

Police said on Twitter that no one was injured.

However, a spokesperson for York Region paramedics said they received a call to attend Canada’s Wonderland Friday and two patients were transported to a local hospital. The spokesperson didn’t say why they were transported or what condition they were in.

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