3 in stable condition after IED detonated at restaurant


'We have no indication to call it a hate crime or any kind of terrorism act, ' Sgt. Bertram added.

Among them is 35-year-old man from Brampton and two women from MISSISSAUGA - a 62-year-old and 48-year-old.

"When officials went into the restaurant they appeared to see another device", CTV's Miranda Anthistle reported. "Nothing indicates that it is a crime of hatred", she said.

The condition of three of the injured people, who were hospitalised at the Toronto Trauma Centre, was upgraded from critical to stable. Twelve people were taken to local hospital with minor injuries and released shortly after.

Swaraj said she was in constant touch with India's consul general in Toronto and the high commissioner in Canada.

Peel Police tweeted: "Two parties fled the scene immediately after the incident".

The motive for the attack is unknown.

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne said the explosion was understandably frightening, coming so soon after the van attack, but moved to reassure Canadians that police were working hard on the case. The second suspect was described as a little shorter with a thin build, wearing faded blue jeans, a gray T-shirt and dark-colored skate shoes.

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"Two men wearing hoodies were seen entering the restaurant with an IED", or improvised device, she said. The other 12 people who were hurt, ranging in age from 23-69 years old, were treated for their injuries and released.

Two suspects fled the scene and are sought by police. A police canine unit and SWAT team tried to track them, "but we didn't come up with anybody", he said.

According to initial reports, two bombers were behind the blast which injured 15 people, three of whom are in a critical condition.

Multiple people have been injured after the suspects walked into the restaurant and exploded an improvised explosive device in Toronto.

The area around the restaurant was swiftly evacuated but it is not known how many people were dining there at the time.

'This is certainly not anything you would expect to happen in Mississauga, not my Mississauga. "This is not the Mississauga I know", Crombie said.

Mississauga, a large city on the shore of Lake Ontario, borders the larger city of Toronto and is home to Toronto Pearson International Airport.