Canadian police were looking for two suspects who walked into a crowded restaurant and detonated a bomb, injuring 15 people, and said on Friday the incident did not appear to be a hate crime or linked to worldwide terror.
"There were two individuals seen entering and detonating the device and two individuals that were seen fleeing the restaurant", Const. Iryna Yashnyk told reporters at the scene.
The regional police has released a photograph on Twitter showing two people in dark zip-up hoodies walking into the restaurant.
"Two parties fled the scene immediately after the incident".
Swarup said that Bhatia had visited the trauma centre where three Indian-Canadians who were wounded in the blast were admitted, and said they are in a stable condition.
Other victims were treated for minor injuries after the blast at the eatery in a strip mall that is surrounded by houses, grassy fields, and condo towers under construction.
Police are now conducting a manhunt for two suspects they believe were the ones who caused the explosion.
The three people who were most severely injured are a 62-year-old woman and a 48-year-old woman, both from Mississauga.
The first suspect is described as mid-20s with light skin, standing 5-foot-10 to 6-feet with a stocky build.
The second suspect is described as having fair skin, standing 5-foot-9 to 5-foot-10 with a thin build.
The bomb, which the police described as an improvised explosive device, was filled with "projectable objects", Sergeant Bertram said.
There were no indications of a "hate crime" in the attack.
The trio have since been upgraded to stable condition, said Evans.
The injuries were "consistent with those of an explosion", said Brian Gibson, deputy chief at Peel Regional Paramedic Services. "I'd like to advise the house that at this point there is no indication of a nexus to national security", he said. "Whoever has committed this heinous act needs to answer for their crimes and be brought to justice".
On its website, the restaurant posted a message that said: "It was an extremely horrific and sad incident".
Police are asking anyone with information to contact them or Crime Stoppers.
Eyewitnesses to the aftermath of the blast said there was a lot of blood and broken glass on the floor of the restaurant.
By Friday afternoon, police had let the owners of vehicles parked in the plaza to return and remove their cars.
He said authorities could not say what the device was yet.
Wynne said she altered her campaign schedule Friday and was on the phone early Friday morning with police and other officials. "This is not the Mississauga that I know".
But I understand if they felt the need to protest". "As a veteran I was upset", said Rick Stevenson, quartermaster for Post 9899. Asked about what Trump said , Baldwin said at Seahawks' headquarters in Renton: "He's an idiot, plain and simple".
Others described bad trips on the hallucinogen where they felt like they were dying, according to records obtained by the AP. Six airmen were convicted in courts martial of LSD use or distribution, and 14 were disciplined, according to the report .
The US government has added $7 million to the initial $1 million it previously committed to fighting the virus in Congo, U.S. In particular, he emphasized the proximity of neighboring countries as a major challenge of the current outbreak.
Turnout could be higher than for the vote on same-sex marriage three years ago, said Irish national broadcaster RTE . The referendum follows a ruling by the Irish Supreme Court this year that said unborn have no constitutional rights.
But we are back, first and foremost. "He is unbelievably good in the air, we never really saw that at Manchester United ". He said: "That's what we [did] the whole season already pretty much since we had the injuries".
When the egg industry wanted to rerun the adverts a decade ago, watchdogs refused on the grounds it did not promote good health. We don't know what the consequences are of having more than that, but going all-egg doesn't sound like the most balanced diet.
Ms Devallonne said her beloved daughter liked the "simple things in life" and enjoyed playing the guitar, reading and ice skating. She was accused of making up "dreadful stories about people, often of a sexual nature" and picking on those she saw as "weak".
First named storm of season forms
A hurricane center map shows Alberto approaching the Gulf Coast on Monday, somewhere between Louisiana and the Florida Panhandle. The system is now near the Yucatan Peninsula but could develop in the Southern Gulf by Saturday , ABC News reports.
Great Space Rock + Metal Albums You Need To Know
The posters and print material all look fun and stylized, but the actual trailer looks gray and unsatisfying. The movie took in a dismal $11.4 million from its first 43 markets on Wednesday and Thursday.
It’s do or die for Capitals, Lightning in Game 7
Washington convincingly won Games 1 and 2 in Tampa Bay by a combined score of 10-4, raising hopes in D.C. and doubts by the Bay. Maybe it's time for this misbelief to go away permanently! Against the Blue Jackets, Ovechkin scored two goals.
As series progresses, LeBron's getting exhausted of Celtics
Stevens added, "We're going to have to move on from (the Game 5) win, play better than we have to have a chance to win Game 6". I'd be willing to bet that this Cleveland team finishes ten games under.500 without LeBron James on the roster.
Opioids found in Puget Sound mussels
Researchers said the mussels aren't harmed by the opioids because they don't metabolize them, but other fish can. Oxycodone was just one of several pharmaceutical and personal care product compounds found in the mussel tissue.
Carbon Emissions Found to Lower Nutritional Value of Rice
The finding remains true - although at different levels of impact - for the 18 varieties or hybrids of rice tested so far. Rice is the primary food source for more than two billion people around the world, a key source of protein and vitamins.