Toronto

Police investigate shooting at corner of Queen and Spadina

The incident occurred around 3 a.m. just south of the corner of Queen Street and Spadina Avenue. Officers recovered multiple shell casings in the intersection. 

Investigators say 3 vehicles were likely involved

A vacant storefront was hit by a bullet. (Linda Ward/CBC)

One person is in hospital after an apparent drive-by shooting downtown on Wednesday, according to Toronto police.

The incident occurred around 3 a.m. near the corner of Queen Street and Spadina Avenue.

Officers recovered multiple shell casings at the scene. 

It appears as though three vehicles were involved, police say. One of the vehicles sped off west, while another went north. 

A male victim was taken to the trauma centre at St. Michael's Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Investigators say there are multiple security cameras in the area.

Police totally closed the intersection of Queen Street and Spadina Avenue for the investigation. (Linda Ward/CBC)

With files from Linda Ward