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Toronto Maple Leafs’ Victor Mete talks Vaughan shooting

A Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman has expressed his gratitude following the outpouring of condolences after his grandfather was killed in the mass shooting at a Vaughan condominium on Sunday.

Vittorio Panza, 79, was identified as one of five people who died in the rampage earlier this week.

After York Regional Police (YRP) shared all the identities of the victims with the public, the Leafs confirmed that Panza was Victor Mete’s grandfather and expressed their condolences to their team member and all the families. affected by the tragic incident.

On Thursday evening, Mete thanked everyone – on behalf of his entire family – who offered their condolences “during this terrible time”.

“Our hearts are also with the other victims and their families going through this untold tragedy,” the tweet read. “Thank you to all first responders for your courageous response on Sunday and to YRP for your continued support. RIP No no.

The Leafs held a minute’s silence for the “five lives that were tragically lost” in the “senseless incident” before their game against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday night.

The other four victims who died were Rita Camilleri, 57, Naveed Dada, 59, Helen “Lorraine” Manock, 71, and Russell Manock, 75. A sixth victim, Doreen Di Nino, 66, was rushed to hospital with serious injuries.

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