Sudden death of toddler on flight prompts emergency landing at St. John's airport
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is investigating but say the death of a two-year-old aboard a Saudi Arabian Airlines flight that was diverted to St. John's doesn't appear to be suspicious.Police and paramedics were dispatched to the airport where Saudi Arabian Airlines Flight 35 had landed, shortly before noon.
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — A 911 call from a woman who was running for a train has prompted police in southern Ontario to remind people that the number is meant for emergencies only.
In audio posted on Twitter by Peel Regional Police on Thursday, the caller says she's in a taxi on her way to catch a train at Toronto's Union Station.
When the 911 operator asks the caller wants she wants police to do, the woman asks if they offer "emergency ride services."
The call, which took place in October, ends when the operator tells the woman that no such service exists.
Const. Akhil Mooken says Peel Regional Police received more than 180,000 improper calls from the start of January to the end of October this year.
He says they included hangups, kids playing on the phone or other non-emergencies.
New ‘line-tapping’ technology being used to scam unsuspecting victims, York police warn .
York police are warning the public of a new "line-tapping" technology being used by fraudsters to scam victims out of money and personal information. Police said on Nov 6., a woman reported to officers that she received a call from someone informing her she's been a victim of identity theft. The caller told the woman to call York Regional Police to confirm this was the case. READ MORE: Mississauga suspects arrested after elderly targeted in ’emergency scam’: Peel police Investigators said the woman did this and believed she had spoken to police.