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Baby sent to hospital, male barricades himself inside home: Hamilton police

Baby sent to hospital, male barricades himself inside home: Hamilton police
Baby sent to hospital, male barricades himself inside home: Hamilton police

ملفات اخبار العرب24-كندا: Hamilton police say a tactical unit is on the scene where man has barricaded himself inside a mountain home, after a baby was sent to hospital. (Dave Ritchie)

Hamilton police say that they have entered the Mountain home where a male has barricaded himself after a baby was sent to hospital early this morning. 

Just before 3:30 am on Wednesday, police were alerted that a "child under the age of 2" was injured at a home in the area of Rymal Road E and Trinity Church Road. 

Police were called to the home, and a baby was transported to hospital with "non-life threatening injuries." 

Hamilton paramedic superintendent Dave Thompson said the baby was a girl around 21 months old, and that her injuries were serious. 

Police are not releasing the nature of those injuries at this time. 

The male then barricaded himself inside the home, which is near Bishop Ryan Secondary School. The person's relation to the baby has not been released at this time. 

At a press conference at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday morning Hamilton police Cst. Jerome Stewart said that police had "breached the residence."

The school is open and police continue to work with school officials.

Rymal Road is closed at Trinity Church Road and Dakota Blvd. due to a police presence in the area. 

A tactical unit and incident commander is on scene. 
Hamilton police have closed Rymal Road at Trinity Church Road and Dakota Blvd. after responding to a call about a child under the age of 2" who was injured at a home in the area. (Christine Rankin/CBC)

There is no threat to public safety, police say. 

More to come. 

 

 

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