UPDATE: 8:58 a.m. EDT — One suspect was taken into custody in connection with the shooting in Canada, Fredericton Police Force  said. 

"Police continue to have the Brookside area contained for the foreseeable future as the investigation is ongoing. Please continue to avoid the area and follow us for the facts," police wrote on Twitter.

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At least four people were killed in a shooting in Canada, police confirmed Friday. Canadian police issues an advisory asking people to stay indoors as more details emerge about the incident. 

The shooting took place on a residential road, Brookside Drive in the eastern city of Fredericton, New Brunswick.

Police asked the public not to post any information about the position or activities of police or first responders as they "are still working an active incident."

"We will release confirmed information as soon as we can," police said.

Nick Moore, a journalist from CTV Atlantic, posted video footage of the scene of the shooting. The reporter said sound of four gunshots was heard in the last few minutes. Several police, firefighters and paramedics are still on scene.

Christopher Gill told local media CBC a number of police officers were seen at the scene and the sound of gunshots could be heard outside his apartment at 237 Brookside Dr.

"I looked out the window and there were three police cars on the street just across from where I live," he said. "I saw one cop just standing against the building … like he was waiting for somebody to come out."

Horizon Health Network wrote on Twitter that Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital is on high alert, and is prepared to receive any victims.

This is a developing story.