Shots Fired in Chilliwack’s Knight Road Residential Area
The tranquility of Chilliwack’s Knight Road residential area was abruptly shattered as shots were fired, sparking a high-risk police incident. Chilliwack RCMP swiftly responded to the scene, acknowledging the severity of the situation. As the situation unfolds, residents in the vicinity of Knight Road, particularly those near Melville, Queens, and Downes, are strongly advised to take immediate shelter and avoid approaching external walls for their safety.
Law enforcement agencies are diligently working to contain the incident and ensure the well-being of the community. The gravity of the situation is reflected in the request made to residents, urging them to refrain from sharing photos of police presence on social media. This measure aims to maintain the integrity of the ongoing operation and safeguard the safety of both law enforcement personnel and the public.
High-Risk Police Incident Unfolds, Residents Urged to Take Shelter
The local authorities are fully committed to resolving the situation swiftly and bringing a sense of security back to the affected neighborhood. The cooperation and vigilance of residents play a crucial role in assisting law enforcement efforts. As the investigation progresses, it serves as a reminder of the challenges faced by communities and the dedication of law enforcement in maintaining public safety.
Chilliwack RCMP are on scene at a high risk police incident involving shots fired. Residents in the area of Knight Rd near Melville, Queens and Downes are asked to shelter in place and stay away from external walls. Do not post photos of police on social media. More to follow
— Upper Fraser Valley RCMP (@UFVRD_RCMP) May 23, 2023