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Canada Serious crash involving police cruiser in Coquitlam

11:55  01 december  2019
11:55  01 december  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

Man in custody after multi-vehicle crash involving police cruisers in Brampton

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A serious crash in Smithfield is under investigation after a car and State Police cruiser cruiser collide on Route 295 near Route 7

a police car parked in a parking lot: Coquitlam RCMP confirm one of the vehicles in the crash was an RCMP cruiser, and an officer has been sent to hospital © Mayor Richard Stewart Coquitlam RCMP confirm one of the vehicles in the crash was an RCMP cruiser, and an officer has been sent to hospital

Coquitlam RCMP were on scene Saturday evening to a serious collision at Lougheed Highway and Westwood.

They confirm four cars were involved in the crash, including a Coquitlam RCMP cruiser.

Staff Sgt. Paul Vadik says five people have been sent to hospital, one of which is a police officer.

READ MORE: 13-year-old girl killed, 6-year-old boy hurt in Coquitlam crash that sent car into median where 5 kids were standing

He adds they were all sent with non-life threatening injuries.

The criminal crash investigation team has now been called in as officials are looking into the possibility of drunk driving as the cause of the crash.

RCMP say the intersection will be closed for some time as they investigate.

RCMP investigating 2 sudden deaths near St. Stephen, N.B. .
Cpl. Jullie Rogers-Marsh said officers were called to a residence on Route 170 in Oak Bay, N.B., shortly after 10 a.m. on Saturday. READ MORE: N.B. RCMP arrest one armed robbery suspect, seek another Once inside the building officers discovered the bodies of a 61-year-old woman and a 62-year-old man. Autopsies have been ordered to determine the cause of deaths. There is no timeline for when police will have the results but Rogers-Marsh said that RMCP will provide an update when they have more information. Police believe the deaths are an isolated incident.

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