Two Officers Shot At Near Montreal Hospital, Police Chief Says


Sylvain Caron, Montreal’s Chief of Police, said two of their officer face fire in thew wee hours of Tuesday as they left the McGill university Health Center, an incident that led to the hospital being shut down temporarily.

During Tuesday evening’s press briefing, the mortified Chief of Police said the two officers were the targets of a gratuitous incident that occurred at around 1:30 am.

One the officer was grazed by a bullet on the arm, police said, but she isn’t in any danger. After they took cover behind a police cruiser and called it in, that is when it occurred to her that a bullet had grazed her arm.

The façade of the hospital at least two visible bullet holes and police found a projectile on scene. The major crimes unit is leading the investigation.

The hospital stated it would debrief its response unit and issued an update on its action plan.


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