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Canada'He was biking and it went black': Winnipeg man looks for answers after suffering serious injuries

00:26  26 april  2019
00:26  26 april  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

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He suffered serious facial injuries when he was sprayed with a corrosive substance. “We heard a man shouting indistinguishably and it went on for about 15 A Winnipeg man is hoping to find answers about what happened to him after he was seriously injured while riding his bike on Sunday.

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'He was biking and it went black': Winnipeg man looks for answers after suffering serious injuries© Holly Caruk/CBC Christopher Ditchfield remembers cycling west on the sidewalk on Sargent Avenue near Empress Street, then waking up in this nearby parking lot with his face covered in blood.

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"Lots of abrasions and road rash, his jaw is very huge."

'He was biking and it went black': Winnipeg man looks for answers after suffering serious injuries© Provided by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Submitted by Michelle Ditchfield

The Ditchfields are hoping someone comes forward to help them put together the missing pieces.

"Everything is so foggy for him and he's having such a hard time remembering anything now," said Michelle.

"He just remembers biking and black and being woken up by somebody."

The siblings are hoping to find that person in hopes they can shed some light on what happened.

"He remembers a very well-manicured mustache, that's what sticks out very much to him," Michelle said.

Christopher told her the man also had on sunglasses and was possibly driving a beige or gold car.

'He was biking and it went black': Winnipeg man looks for answers after suffering serious injuries© Holly Caruk/CBC Holly Caruk/CBC

Michelle said her brother isn't looking to blame anyone and just wants answers. They don't know for sure if he was hit by a vehicle or if he wiped out somehow.

"If it was an actual hit and run I would hope that this person wouldn't be so cowardly to just take off, like they could have killed him," Michelle said.

"It was an accident … you stop for an accident, he's lucky he's alive right now."

Family pleads for witnesses

That day, Christopher was with a friend on the Easter holiday, Michelle said, and the pair went looking for a store that was open. He left his friend briefly to head to a nearby gas station when the incident occurred.

When he came to, he began walking back to his friend with the broken bicycle, she said, which they ended up leaving because the front tire had come off, and got in a cab.

They eventually made their way to Health Sciences Centre and called Michelle, who is now taking care of her brother.

Christopher was released from hospital on Tuesday and made a police report about what happened.

'He was biking and it went black': Winnipeg man looks for answers after suffering serious injuries© Provided by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Submitted by Michelle Ditchfield

Police spoke with Christopher on Wednesday, Michelle said, and took him back to the area to see if it could jog his memory, and maybe find the broken bike which was left nearby.

"They left it and went to go find it to see if maybe they could get paint transfer or something but it was probably picked up by a junker," she said.

Police say they received the report on Tuesday and are in the process of investigating. They say they were not called to the area on Sunday.

"I just want somebody who was probably in the area or might have been there to just to shed some light on the situation so he can get some answers. He's so frustrated with not knowing," said Michelle.

The family is asking people who may have seen what happened to contact police.

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Police seek missing girl, 6, and her mother.
Winnipeg police are looking for Ayla Velic, 6, who was taken from Michigan by her mom, Elmedina, in January. Ayla was taken from their home in Clinton Township, Mich., without permission from her father and needs to be returned, Const. Rob Carver said Friday morning. "What we know from U.S. authorities is that it was sometime in January when [Elmedina Velic] was believed to have left with her daughter," Carver said at a news conference where he released photos of the mother and child. "There is no suggestion there is a concern for Ayla's safety." Ayla must be returned to the U.S.

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