One killed in Quebec speech shooting: police

AFP
AFP
The suspect was later caught on camera shouting "The English are waking up!" as he was being arrested

One person was killed and another seriously wounded when a gunman opened fire during the victory speech of Quebec's newly elected separatist premier, who was unharmed, police said Tuesday.

One person was killed and another seriously wounded when a gunman opened fire during the victory speech of Quebec's newly elected separatist premier, who was unharmed, police said Tuesday.

The suspect was later caught on camera shouting "The English are waking up!" as he was being arrested. The shooting took place with Pauline Marois's Parti Quebecois projected to win Tuesday's elections in the mostly French-speaking province.

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