by Spencer Fernando
Sunday October 1, 2007
“There were people flying and everything. I’m shocked — I just see people flying.” – Witness
Edmonton has been hit by a terrorist attack.
A 30-year-old suspect is in custody after running over a police officer, stabbing the officer numerous times, and deliberately targeting pedestrians while fleeing police.
An ISIS flag was found in the U-Haul truck used by the attacker, and police are investigating the attack as an act of terrorism.
As reported by the Edmonton Journal, The attack began around 8:15 pm, when a man rammed a Chevy Malibu into a police officer, sending him 15 feet through the air. The attacker then stabbed the police officer multiple times with a knife.
The officer is said to be in “not critical condition,” giving him a good chance to pull through.
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REPORT: Edmonton Terrorist Was “Known To Authorities”
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READ: Trudeau Releases Statement On Edmonton Terror Attack, Says “Canada’s Strength Comes From Our Diversity”
Trudeau statement doesn’t mention Islamic State flag found in truck used by terrorist.
Justin Trudeau has released a statement on the Edmonton terror attack. The statement can be read below:
“The Government of Canada and Canadians stand with the people of Edmonton after the terrorist attack on Saturday that sent an Edmonton Police Service officer to hospital and injured a number of innocent people who were out to cheer on their football team and to enjoy an evening in their city. I am deeply concerned and outraged by this tragedy