A minor argument escalated into a road-rage incident and late-night shooting in central Abbotsford on Monday, according to police. Two men – one in a red car, the other in a pickup truck – with a dispute between them saw each other on the road late Monday and began trying to ram and overtake one another, said Sgt. Judy Bird.
One man is in hospital and another individual has been arrested following a Monday evening shooting in central Abbotsford, according to a police news release. The release says Abbotsford Police responded to a call of a possible car crash on Hawthorne Avenue at 10:57 p.m. followed by more calls from the area reporting gunshots. Police say a man with an apparent gunshot wound was found on scene when police arrived.
An explosion in an RV injured two people early Friday morning. A propane tank likely caused the blast at 4:48 a.m. in the area of 4th Avenue and Walnut Street in Abbotsford, assistant fire chief Craig Bird said. One person was flown to hospital in Vancouver by air ambulance, he said. That individual’s current state is unknown at this time. Another person suffered only minor injuries, Bird said.
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Selecting a term
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