Canada shooting: At least four killed in Fredericton, New Brunswick

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The incident happened in Fredericton, the capital of the Canadian province of New Brunswick, with police saying they now have one suspect in custody. "Please avoid the area", Fredericton Police said in a tweet.

The Fredericton Police Department tweeted Friday morning to caution residents to avoid Brookside Drive due to an "ongoing incident".

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Fredericton is in New Brunswick province, about 50 miles northeast of the USA border with Maine.

She also reported that people were being escorted out of the area by police. Refresh your page to make sure you are seeing the most current information. They're asking members of the public to stay clear of Brookside Drive between Main and Ring Road.

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Police said there were "multiple causalities" and that officers have contained the area while the investigation is ongoing.

Fredericton is located about 50 miles northeast of the US border with Maine.

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'With the tempo, it might've been a gunshot, ' he said.

The Winnipeg native, who lives immediately off Brookside, said residents have been advised to stay inside with their doors locked.

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Armed police as well as paramedics are at the scene.

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