MANILA – The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said Saturday it was checking if there were Filipinos among those wounded in the school shooting in the US state of Indiana on Friday and the blast at a restaurant in Ontario, Canada on Thursday. The DFA said the Philippine Consulate in Chicago is trying to get in touch with authorities and Filipino community leaders following Friday’s shooting at Noblesville West Middle School in Hamilton County that injured two persons. READ: 2 injured in Indiana school shooting, suspect arrested: police Indiana is home to about 17,000 Filipinos, the DFA said. Authorities said the lone suspect is in custody. Meanwhile, the Consulate General in Toronto has been monitoring the aftermath of an explosion at a local Indian restaurant in Mississauga in Ontario, which is home to some 40,000 Filipinos. READ: Two men set off bomb in restaurant in Canada, 15 wounded Reports say 15 people were hurt when an improvised explosive device placed there by two unidentified men went off.