A member of the Airdrry RCMP, in this morning (December 1), is in the Calgary hospital in stable condition after being hit by an escalating vehicle in Airdrie.
At about 2:10 am, the Airdry RCMP tried to stop a suspected vehicle from Yankee Valley Boulevard. Because the members were migrating to the traffic stop, the suspect vehicle ran dangerously.
Members of the RCMP run the vehicle until Cooper's crossing gate and Cooper's drive suddenly closed on the divorce. Members came out of their unmarked police car and started contacting a suspected vehicle, when he suddenly returned at a high speed, removed one of the officers and staged two police vehicles. It is believed that the RCMP officer was dragged by the vehicle. One of the police vehicles struck was inefficient.
Subsequently, suspected vehicles escaped the scene and hit the occupied civilian vehicle, and kept it inappropriate. Members of the vehicle went on the road and finally went towards the road at Township Road 270 and Range Road 290. Airdrie was on the HAWCS helicopter scene of the Calgary Police Service to help RCMP.
Three people in the vehicle were arrested after entering the pothole. The driver landed on foot and after some time the Airdrie Police came to the Dog Service. During the arrest, another officer was also injured, but the magnitude of the injuries is not unknown.
A striking member of the vehicle is currently in Foothills Hospital in Calgary.
Following the incident, Cooper's crossing gate and cooper drive were discharged and RCMP's reconstructive reconnaissance did not reopen at eight o'clock while examining the scene.
The investigation of the incident is ongoing.
Airdrie RCMP asks someone to contact 403 945-7200 or 911 with information about this incident.
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