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Home > DREAMS THAT HAVE COME TRUE > On Monday, April 23rd, 2018 there was a terrorist attack in Toronto Canada. A rental truck runs over many people and these 3 dreams may (or may not) be related.

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1 views todayNine people have been killed and 16 injured after a man drove a van into pedestrians in Toronto, police said. The driver fled the scene of the incident, at a busy junction in the north of the Canadian city, but was arrested several streets away. The arrest followed a tense standoff with officers on the street. Bystander videos appeared to show the driver pointing an object at the officers, who can be heard shouting at him to get down. The man was then detained without any shots being fired. Toronto deputy police chief Peter Yuen asked for witnesses to come forward and said there would be "a long investigation". Police would not say if they believed the act was deliberate but Canadian public safety minister Ralph Goodale, in a tweet thanking the emergency services, referred to it as a "horrific attack".
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1 views todayNine people have been killed and 16 injured after a man drove a van into pedestrians in Toronto, police said. The driver fled the scene of the incident, at a busy junction in the north of the Canadian city, but was arrested several streets away. The arrest followed a tense standoff with officers on the street. Bystander videos appeared to show the driver pointing an object at the officers, who can be heard shouting at him to get down. The man was then detained without any shots being fired. Toronto deputy police chief Peter Yuen asked for witnesses to come forward and said there would be "a long investigation". Police would not say if they believed the act was deliberate but Canadian public safety minister Ralph Goodale, in a tweet thanking the emergency services, referred to it as a "horrific attack".
   
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