Canada Walmart security guard rammed by customer angered by COVID-19 rules

20:20  05 april  2020
20:20  05 april  2020 Source:   montrealgazette.com

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A 35-year-old security guard in Sherbrooke is in critical condition after a Walmart customer rammed him with a vehicle in an apparent case of rage over social distancing rules for COVID-19.

“He is fighting for his life and we fear for his survival,” said Martin Carrier, a media relations officer with Sherbrooke’s police department.

A 25-year-old man is in police custody and faces charges of armed assault with a vehicle, aggravated assault and hit-and-run, he said.

The incident happened Saturday at about 5 p.m. when the 25-year-old customer and a female companion arrived at a Walmart store in the Galeries 4 Saisons shopping centre at 940 16th Ave. in Sherbrooke.

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Told by the security guard that only one person per car was allowed to enter the store because of social distancing measures, the man flew into a rage and left with his companion, Carrier said.

They got into the car and the argument escalated, he said. The driver rammed the security guard, who landed on the hood of the vehicle, and then made a manoeuvre to shake him off and left the scene, Carrier said.


Police arrested the driver later Saturday evening at his home.

The victim has life-threatening head injuries, he said.

No charges have been laid against the driver’s partner for now, he said.

Police are interviewing witnesses and examining security footage, Carrier said.

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