The Vancouver Sun is reporting that "A 25-year-old man suffered serious injuries in a shooting in the Whalley area of Surrey on Wednesday night. Surrey RCMP said it happened in the 13500-block of 89th Avenue shortly after 5 PM."
NEW: @SurreyRCMP say the victim is a 25 y/o man. He’s now in stable condition in hospital. The suspect fled in a stolen vehicle that was later set on fire. @CTVVancouver has obtained surveillance video of the gunman in this shooting. More details in the link below. #Surrey https://t.co/PDDv7EFo1U pic.twitter.com/FMBMwBWPj3— Regan Hasegawa (@rhasegawaCTV) November 3, 2022
CTV is reporting that "Moments before a daylight shooting in Surrey, B.C., this week, surveillance video captured a man dressed head-to-toe in black rushing up to the victim and then running away from the scene. The victim was hospitalized with serious injuries after gunfire rang out late Wednesday afternoon in a residential area near 89th Avenue and 135A Street."
"Surveillance video from a neighbouring house obtained by CTV News shows the victim arriving home at around 4:52 p.m. He parks his car and walks toward a basement suite with bags in his hands, disappearing from view behind a hedge. About 10 seconds later, a man dressed in black and wearing a hoodie runs after him. Less than 10 seconds after that, he can be seen sprinting away from the home, gun in hand. A neighbour was standing just steps away as the violence unfolded and said the suspect ran right by him. Video then shows the suspect fleeing, sprinting down the street. The entire incident happened in under 30 seconds."
I'm very sorry but these news outlets need to get their locations right. 135a st and 89 ave is near Bear Creek Park, NOT WHALLEY. Again, until Trudeau is de-throned, he is still going to encourage drug addicts stay addicted which ALWAYS promotes crime and gun violence.ReplyDelete
I guess in their mind Bear Creek Park is near Whalley. That's what happens when you get rid of local journalists. I suppose it's closer to Whalley than it is to Newton or Guildford. Yes, Justin Trudeau's polices promote addiction and crime. That's his problem, reaction, solution agenda.Delete
Gone in sixty seconds, that goodness we have video camera's to see the whole incident and we dont have to read about Kim Bolan's spin piece.ReplyDelete
Yes but soon we're not going to be able to mention her. Unless we don't settle.Delete