Reports of Friday night shootings in Canada’s Wonderland have been investigated by York Regional Police (YRP), who determined that nothing happened despite York paramedics taking two patients to a local hospital.
On Friday evening, police say they were called to Wonderland, Canada, just before 10 p.m. to report a shooting at the amusement park’s Halloween Hunt event. Upon arrival at the scene, officials said they did not find any bullet shells or victims.
On Saturday morning, the YRP confirmed that they had investigated the reports and that “nothing had happened.”
“No one was injured and no evidence of any crime was found.”
However, York paramedics say they responded to the same incident in the park and two patients were taken to a local hospital, but did not provide further details.
Canada’s Wonderland spokeswoman Grace Peacock told CTV News Toronto on Saturday that the park could only confirm YRP’s statements.
“No controversy or incident was confirmed at last night’s Halloween Hunt. The safety of our guests and associates is always our first priority,” said Mayur.
Peacock said Park would not comment further about the two patients taken to the hospital at this time.