Man stabbed in Vancouver area, one woman killed in attack; 6 injured

'More than one victim' has been stabbed inside and outside the North Vancouver Library.  A suspect is in custody.  (Symbolic picture)

‘More than one victim’ has been stabbed inside and outside the North Vancouver Library. A suspect is in custody. (Symbolic picture)

Canada Stabbing Incident: An eyewitness, Steve Mosop, said that he and one of his companions saw a blood-soaked woman who told them that she had just been stabbed. After this, he saw many victims in a radius of about 100 meters.

Vancouver. In Canada, a man in North Vancouver (North Vancouver) in the province of British Columbia in Canada carried out a knife attack in and around a library, killing one woman and injuring six others. Frank Zhang of the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team said that one of the suspects has been detained. He told that he is around 20 years of age.

He said that the authorities have not yet come to know about the motive behind the incident. An eyewitness, Steve Mosop, said that he and one of his companions saw a blood-stained woman who told them that she had just been stabbed. After this, he saw many victims in a radius of about 100 meters.

Mossop said of the attacker, “It seemed that he was running in one direction and was stabbing whoever was coming in the way.” Canadian Public Safety Minister Bill Blair expressed his sorrow over the incident on Twitter, calling it a “senseless act of violence”. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) has said that ‘more than one victim’ has been stabbed inside and outside the North Vancouver Library. A suspect is in custody.

ALSO READ: Firing at three massage parlors in Atlanta, 8 killed; 1 suspect arrestedAccording to media reports, quoting a report from Canadian Broadcasting Corp, Amy Robertson of BC Emergency Health Services has informed that 6 people have been taken to the hospital and cannot provide information about their condition. Huh. The special thing is that North Vancouver is generally considered as a quiet and thriving suburban area, where about 85 thousand people live in the Bardard Inlet.

In the year 2019, North Vancouver was ranked 10th in the list of Rich Canadian Communities of McLean Magazine. The city of Vancouver to North Vancouver connects two bridges and a foot ferry. Apart from this, North Vancouver is also known as a popular place for hiking and skiing.

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