Multiple Pedestrians Hit by Van in Amqui, Quebec
In a tragic incident, multiple pedestrians were hit by a van in Amqui, Quebec. The Canadian police have confirmed that some of the victims sustained life-threatening injuries. Witnesses at the scene described a horrific scene as the vehicle drove for several hundred meters, hitting people along the way.
The incident occurred when a van struck pedestrians on the sidewalk. Eyewitnesses shared their accounts of the incident, describing the chaotic scene as people tried to help the victims. Emergency services were quickly called to the scene, and the injured were taken to nearby hospitals for treatment.
The police have launched an investigation into the incident, and details are still emerging. It is not yet clear what led to the incident, and whether it was a deliberate act or an accident. The incident has sent shockwaves through the community, and people are being urged to stay away from the area as the investigation continues.
Canadian Police Confirm Life-Threatening Injuries and Ongoing Investigation
Pedestrian safety is an important issue, and incidents like this serve as a reminder of the need to take extra care when walking on sidewalks or crossing roads. We offer our thoughts and prayers to the victims and their families, and we hope that they make a speedy recovery.
In conclusion, the incident in Amqui is a tragic reminder of how quickly things can change in our daily lives. It is important to be vigilant at all times and to take extra care when out and about. We will continue to follow this story as it develops and provide updates as more information becomes available.
LATEST: The Centre hospitalier universitaire de Québec indicates that three injured people will be airlifted to the Enfant-Jésus Hospital. #Amqui
LATEST: The driver turned himself in at the Amqui police station after the incident. He was arrested for fatal hit and run. Source Radio-Canada.
Canadian Police confirm multiple pedestrians hit by van in Amqui, Quebec, some sustained life-threatening injuries #cgtnamerica
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