Canada Four dead in N.B. shooting, suspect in custody

17:23  10 august  2018
17:23  10 august  2018 Source:   msn.com

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FREDERICTON - At least four people died in a shooting Friday morning in Fredericton, and one suspect was in custody.

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Fredericton police said on Twitter that the shooting "resulted in at least four people killed."

More than an hour later, the force tweeted that one suspect was in custody.

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Police said that the Brookside Drive area on the city's north side would be blocked off for the foreseeable future as "the investigation is ongoing."

David MacCoubrey said he awoke in his Brookside Drive apartment at 7:07 a.m. AT Friday to the sound of gunshots "10 metres from my bed."

MacCoubrey said three gunshots woke him up, and as many as 17 more were fired between that time and around 8:30 a.m.

"It sounded like the first one came from right outside my bedroom window... I was hoping for the two seconds that I was groggy that it was kids blowing off firecrackers," said MacCoubrey in a phone interview from inside his apartment, where he was sitting on the floor away from windows.

"Then two more happened within the first three minutes."

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He said his apartment complex has four buildings in a square, and it sounded like the shots were coming from the middle of the complex.

Earlier Friday morning, police were asking people in the area to stay inside with their doors locked, and not to post information on social media about the position or activities of police.

New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant tweeted his condolences to the victims and their families.

"During this difficult time, our thoughts are also with the courageous women and men on the front lines working to keep us safe," said Gallant.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also tweeted about the tragedy: "Awful news coming out of Fredericton. My heart goes out to everyone affected by this morning's shooting. We're following the situation closely."

MacCoubrey said police have been searching the buildings and went through his apartment.

"I saw an armoured vehicle out in the courtyard and I opened up my window to see if I could hear anything and the shots started again," he said.

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"I'm not scared in the least. I'm angry. I don't like the violence... I'm worried for the other people around me."

Three blocks of Brookside Drive had been blocked off, with emergency vehicles at both ends and curious neighbours gathered.

A worker at a business a few blocks from where the shootings are believed to have occurred didn't want to be identified, but she said police had already cordoned off the area by the time she got to work.

"There's still an access road out of here but we couldn't go anywhere near where it's occurring," she said. "They (police) have all major intersections cordoned off with emergency vehicles."

Travis Hrubeniuk, 27, said his fiancee had just left for work around 7:45 a.m. when he began hearing a steady stream of sirens.

The Winnipeg native, who lives immediately off Brookside, said residents have been advised to stay inside with their doors locked.

The quiet residential neighbourhood, dominated by houses, grocery stores, a church and an elementary school, is the last place Hrubeniuk said he expected to encounter a dangerous situation.

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"This is the first time I've even heard of any serious crime or violent crime in this city," he said. "It's a little off-putting that way, and I've been here for about a year."

Bill Henwood, a funeral director at York Funeral Home, spoke to The Canadian Press from behind one of the police road blocks. The business is located inside the cordoned off area on Brookside Drive.

"The lockdown occurred before we were able to get in to work this morning so nobody's actually in the building," he said.

Henwood said people are sitting in their cars or just standing near the blockade of police and fire vehicles "hanging tight and waiting for word" on what comes next.

"All the businesses even on the outside of the lockdown area have their lobbies and their business areas closed. They aren't letting customers in at the moment."

Henwood said the situation is a shock.

"It's not something that we expect in Fredericton to wake up and hear about. To see that there's actually fatalities is pretty extraordinary for this area it doesn't normally happen."

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