July 31, 2021

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Three Sunday night shootings in Montreal

The Service de Police de la Ville de Montreal (SPVM) reported three shootings Sunday evening in the cities of Montreal-Nord and Saint-Michel.




Alice Girard-Boss

Alice Girard-Boss
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“At 7pm, 911 called for shots fired at the 25th junctione And 42e On the streets in the St. Michael’s district, ”said SPVM spokeswoman Agent Carolyn Chevrolets. The bullets were found on the ground and had a projectile impact on a fence.

According to the SPVM, two suspicious vehicles opened fire at the intersection and then fled before police arrived. None of the victims and suspects.

Minutes later, at 7:15 pm, gunfire was heard in the metropolitan area of ​​Montreal-Nord, on the corner of Rio Pryor and Avenue de London. Again, no suspects and no casualties were found, but projective impacts were found on a building and floors were scattered.

At 7:20 p.m., a third call came to the SPVM at the intersection of Rue de Amiens and Avenue Armond-Lavergne.

At the scene, a 23-year-old man was wounded in the upper body by the bullets of a gun. He was still unconscious and was taken to a hospital center. His life was not in danger.

The second victim, a 35-year-old man with a gunshot wound to the upper body, was taken to a hospital. We are not afraid of his life.

“According to initial reports, the suspicious vehicle opened fire on the victims and then fled before police arrived,” he said.Me Honeysuckles.

All three scenes are reserved for investigators and forensic identification technicians so that they can explore and understand the exact circumstances of the events.

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According to SPVM, there was no correlation between the three events.