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Canada Mother and 6-month-old child missing, police say

23:40  21 november  2019
23:40  21 november  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

Child critically injured after being hit by air conditioner that fell from Toronto apartment

  Child critically injured after being hit by air conditioner that fell from Toronto apartment Toronto police said the air conditioner fell from an eighth floor apartment unit.Toronto police said emergency crews were called to an apartment building near Mossbank Drive and Lawrence Avenue East, near Scarborough Golf Club Road, at around 3:30 p.m. on Monday.

A mother and her six - month old child are missing , with police concerned for their welfare. Emma has been described by police as being white, five foot and six inches tall and of medium build. Avon and Somerset Police said in a statement: 'We’re appealing for information regarding the whereabouts

The 3- month - old child of a mother who went missing was found dead Tuesday afternoon on the northwest side, Indianapolis police said . Rachel McAfee, 36, and her daughter, Emma, were found in the 2600 block of Stanford Court just before 3 p.m., Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Officer Genae

A woman from and her infant son are missing, police say.

a close up of a person wearing glasses: Meghan Mills, 34, was reported last seen on Nov. 20 in Winnipeg's West End with her six-month-old son, police say. © Provided by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Meghan Mills, 34, was reported last seen on Nov. 20 in Winnipeg's West End with her six-month-old son, police say. Meghan Mills, 34, was reported last seen Wednesday evening in Winnipeg's West End neighbourhood.

Police believe she's with her six-month-old son, police say.

Mills is described five feet, six inches, with an average build. She has blond, wavy hair and sometimes wears glasses.

Police believe she's driving a 2016 Blue Jeep Compass with the licence plate HXV 619.

The Winnipeg Police Service asks anyone with information to contact the missing persons unit at 204-986-6250 or contact Crime Stoppers.

Woman who fought for justice after son's Tasering death dies while visiting family in Poland .
The mother of a Polish man who died during an altercation with RCMP officers at the Vancouver International Airport in 2007 never got over her son's death, say those who knew her. Zofia Cisowski, who lived in Kamloops, B.C., died in Poland at age 73 while visiting family last week. "It was kind of shocking for everyone," said Jurek Baltakis, a long-time friend in Kamloops and executor of her will. "She had lots of life in front of her."Cisowski was thrust into the limelight when her only son, 40-year-old Robert Dziekanski, died after four Mounties repeatedly used a Taser to restrain him at Vancouver's airport.

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