Kingston’s 2020 city budget adjusted to keep Murney the police horse
Kingston city councillors have approved the operating budget for 2020 and it includes a big win for the Kingston police because Murney the horse will be back in action.Mayor Bryan Paterson says police Chief Antje McNeely and city staff have been able to adjust the city budget in order to keep the force's mounted unit at a cost of $48,000.
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- A small plane aborted its landing and crashed into trees Friday at the edge of a northern Virginia airport, killing six people, state police said. Shocked witnesses on a train going by the crash site described the plane in flames and said it had been completely destroyed.
A small plane crashed in Kingston, Ont., on Wednesday, resulting in "numerous fatalities" according to police.
It's not known how many people were on board the plane — identified as a six-seater Piper PA-32 by the Transportation Safety Board — which came down in a wooded area in the north-west region of the city, but police said no one aboard survived.
Emergency crews were called to the area near Creekford Road and Bayridge Drive sometime before 6:30 p.m. ET, said Const. Ash Gutheinz, a spokesperson for Kingston Police
"We had numerous officers at the scene attempting to locate the plane," he said. "It's areas of woodland and marsh that was in the search radius."
Members of 8 Wing Trenton helped in the search with a helicopter.
CBC does not yet know where the plane took off or where it was headed.
TSB crash investigators will travel to the site on Thursday morning.
Police are staying near the crash to provide security and protect evidence for the investigation.
Police said they do not believe there is any threat to public safety.
'Time is against us': Relatives of Kingston plane crash victims in race to attend funeral .
A funeral service is scheduled for Friday in Toronto for the seven people killed in last week's plane crash in Kingston, Ont. But several immediate family members living in Uzbekistan were still making travel arrangements to Canada on Thursday. "We are dealing with a situation, a very delicate situation, where time is against us," said Ilhomjon Kasymov, a family friend who is organizing the funeral.He said the relatives living abroad — including the parents of the victims — were still booking flights.Toronto resident Bobomurod Nabiev and his wife Sabina Usmanova were killed on Nov.