Following the unprecedented tragedy that took place in North Toronto, killing 10 innocent pedestrians and injuring 14 others, subway service has resumed near Yonge-Finch area.
According to TTC spokesperson Brad Ross, North York Centre Station has officially re-opened and full subway service has resumed.
“It’s been a sad 24 hours. The TTC grieves with you all and thanks each of you for your understanding as we adjusted or halted service,” wrote Ross on Twitter.
North York Centre Station has just re-opened and full subway service has resumed. It’s been a sad 24 hours. The TTC grieves with you all and thanks each of you for your understanding as we adjusted or halted service. #TorontoStrong
— Brad Ross (@bradTTC) April 24, 2018
According to police, Yonge Street and Finch Avenue have also re-opened, although police still have an investigative presence as they continue to investigate the crime scene.
Police have asked the public to stay away from this area unless they live there or have business there.
Yonge St – Sheppard Av to Finch Av
-Although the scene has been re-opened we will still have an investigative presence
-We ask people to stay away from this area unless you live there or have business there
-We ask this just for the next few days
— Toronto Police OPS (@TPSOperations) April 24, 2018
Police have also asked those that are travelling in the area to use caution, as there has been a large memorial set up along Yonge Street just steps away from where the van attack took place.