Shoots, Shoots herself. Damn how do I edit the title? Keeping with the theme today, thought you'd be interested to know the US doesn't have the monopoly on Reggies. Toronto neighbourhood devastated after 14-year-old girl killed in shooting: ‘She’ so young’ Peter J. Thompson / National PostTwo women are overcome with emotion outside the home of the 14-year-old who was killed in a shooting Thursday. FacebookA photo of 14-year-old Lecent Ross from her Facebook page. A 14-year-old girl is dead after a shooting a west Toronto apartment complex on Thursday. The teen was shot with an “illegal, prohibited semi-automatic handgun” while visiting at a house in the complex, Det. Rich Petrie told a news conference Thursday. Asked whether the shooting could have been an accident, the detective said it was “certainly something that I’m looking into.” “But I am not considering it an accident at this time,” he said. “I’m considering it a suspicious death.” Investigators are interviewing everyone who was at the home at the time of the shooting and aren’t looking for any “outstanding persons,” Det. Petrie said. An adult was present, but it was not a parent of the victim. The girl, who neighbours identified as Lecent Ross, was found unconscious at the Jamestown Crescent home in Etobicoke around 10:30 a.m. She was pronounced dead at 11:30 a.m. Officers recovered the gun at the house. After the shooting, Ross’s home was surrounded by family and friends. By 3:00 p.m., a black car arrived at the family’s home, with mourners dressed in black and refusing to comment. Minutes later, a group of young women, in their teens or late 20s, stormed out of the family’s neighbouring home and into a waiting car where they cried and held each other. Neighbours attempted to ward off reporters and onlookers, while the news of Ross’s death spread around the neighbourhood. Elijah Ross, 3-years-old, the victim’s younger brother, rode his bike around the family in circles, oblivious to the news his sister had been killed. A pair of Ross’s friends, who did not want their names published, stood nearby the scene of the shooting, shaking. The 16-year-old said, “This just came out of no where, we don’t know what to think. She’s our age. How are we supposed to feel? We’re scared.” Before hearing she had passed away, Ross’s 14-year-old friend said, hopeful, “It’s our summer, she should be celebrating with us. We just want her to be okay, to be with us.” Friends and neighbours are saddened and scared by the news, but not entirely surprised. Jamestown is a neighbourhood known for its violence. This March, Donald Beckles was shot dead in front of his home. His wife, Edyta Beckles, is the mother of Ross’s best friend. Shocked by the news, she collapsed in tears on the scene. Just two years before, O’She Doyles-Whyte, 16, and Kwame Duodu, 15, were shot and killed on the street in the building down the road from Ross’s home. Rakhi Ahmed, a stay-at-home mom with five children, two under five, has heard it before: “We’ve been living here for years, this isn’t new. I saw those boys’ dead bodies on the street next door, and the man’s. We’re used to this.” Shauna Clark, who said she’s a family friend of the teenage girl, heard a solitary shot. “The whole neighbourhood is just scared right now because we don’t know anything,” Clark said. “She’s so young.” Early reports said a male victim was also removed from the home, but Det. Petrie said the report was incorrect. Peter J. Thompson / National PostA woman reacts after hearing about the death of 14-year-old Lecent Ross. Peter J. Thompson / National PostEdyta Beckles, whose husband was killed in March, is overcome with emotion after hearing of the shooting of her child's friend on Thursday at their Toronto housing complex. Peter J. Thompson / National PostFriends and family outside of the home of 14-year-old Lecent Ross, who was killed in Toronto on Thursday. Peter J. Thompson / National PostInvestigators walk with evidence bags as they continue to investigate the shooting of a 14-year-old girl at Toronto's Jamestown Crescent on Thursday.