Police: At least 10 killed in shooting rampage in Canada

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Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers prepare to take a person into custody at a gas station in Enfield, Nova Scotia on Sunday April 19, 2020. A suspect in an active shooter investigation is in custody in Nova Scotia, with police saying several people were harmed before a man wearing police clothing was arrested. Gabriel Wortman was arrested by the RCMP at the Irving Big Stop in Enfield, N.S., about 35 km from downtown Halifax. (Tim Krochak/The Canadian Press via AP)

ENFIELD, Nova Scotia (AP) — Canadian police say at least 10 people are dead after a shooting rampage across the province of Nova Scotia. The suspect died after the rampage.

The suspect in the active shooter investigation was arrested Sunday at a gas station after the rampage victims including a dead police officer. Another officer was injured.

A man identified as 51-year-old Gabriel Wortman was found by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police at the Enfield, Nova Scotia, northwest of downtown Halifax.

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