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Canada Châteauguay car crash led to gunfire, says Sûreté du Québec

01:10  24 june  2020
01:10  24 june  2020 Source:   globalnews.ca

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CHATEAUGUAY , Que. — Alcohol was not a factor in a head-on crash that killed four people and injured four others south of Montreal, Quebec provincial police said Tuesday. The crash occurred shortly after midnight Tuesday in Chateauguay .

Sûreté du Québec spokesperson Daniel Thibaudeau said there were five people in the SUV, heading towards Ontario. The passenger in the front seat, 56-year-old Carole Downer, also died in the crash . “The driver of the SUV, who is a woman, was unable to avoid the collision, it happened fairly suddenly

a car parked in a parking lot: A car crash implicating three cards in Chateauguay Monday night. © Thierry Laforce / Roussillon News A car crash implicating three cards in Chateauguay Monday night.

Three cars were implicated in a crash in Châteauguay Monday night, according to provincial police.

At 11:15 p.m., Châteauguay police responded to a 911 incident on Marc-Laplante street.

Officers found a woman in her '20s injured after being hit by gunfire.

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According to Sûreté du Québec (SQ) spokesperson Stéphane Tremblay, the victim was transported to the hospital but authorities aren't fearing for her life.

Tremblay said there's reason to believe there was an altercation that led to the shot fired.

The case was handed over to the SQ major crimes unit. Two witnesses have been questioned in relation to the incident.

An investigation into the circumstances of the event are still underway.

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