Roughly Fifteen Injured After Bomb Goes Off At Restaurant in Canada

    Updated: May 25, 2018 at 10:26 am EST  See Comments

    Two men walked into a restaurant on Thursday and set off a bomb injuring roughly fifteen people.

    The explosion took place at the Bombay Bhel restaurant in Toronto, Canada at roughly 10:30 pm local time. According to the Peel Regional Paramedic Service, more than a dozen people were taken into the hospital, three of which had critical injuries.

    According to Sergeant Matt Bertram, the individuals walked into the restaurant and set down a paint can, which exploded after they fled the scene. The paint can was filled with “projectable objects.”

    Local police posted a photograph of two unidentified individuals wearing dark zip-up hoodies into the establishment, one of which was carrying the bomb.

    Peel Police said one suspect was in his mid-20s, stocky, and wore dark blue jeans and a dark zip-up hoody pulled over his head, with black cloth covering his face. The second was thin and wore faded blue jeans, a gray t-shirt and a dark zip-up hoody over his head, also with his face covered.

    The attack comes a month after a driver plowed into a lunch-hour crowd in a white Ryder rental van killing ten and injuring fifteen.

    Fair Use; A still from CCTV footage shows the suspects of the explosion at Bombay Bhel restaurant in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada May 24, 2018 in this picture obtained from social media on May 25, 2018. PEEL REGIONAL PARAMEDIC SERVICES/via REUTERS

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