اخبارالعرب 24-كندا:السبت 2 يوليو 2022 07:43 مساءً A young Shamattawa First Nation man was shot and seriously injured by RCMP in the northern Manitoba community Saturday, the federal police service and the community's chief say.
Around 1 p.m. CT, officers responded to a report of a male carrying a firearm. While on patrol, the officers heard shots, according to police.
A suspect was located outside a community home and shots were fired after what was described as an "interaction" between him and the officers, RCMP said via Twitter shortly after 6 p.m. CT.
The 22-year-old was taken to the local nursing station.—
Today at 1pm, Shamattawa #rcmpmb responded to a report of a male carrying a firearm. Officers began patrols and could hear shots being fired. Officers located the suspect outside a home & an interaction occurred between the suspect & officers which resulted in shots being fired.— RCMP Manitoba (@rcmpmb) July 2, 2022
In an interview late Saturday afternoon, Shamattawa Chief Jordna Hill said the man was waiting to be airlifted to hospital in Winnipeg and described his condition as "50/50."
"I'm praying that he makes it through, pulls through," he said.
No officers were injured, RCMP said, adding the Independent Investigation Unit of Manitoba, which investigates serious incidents involving police in the province, has been notified.
Shamattawa is about 745 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.
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