Three hospitalized after ‘serious police incident’ in Vancouver – BC

Three people have been hospitalized after a “serious police incident” in Vancouver on Saturday morning, which shut down local traffic for several hours.

Police closed off eastbound lanes on 41st Avenue between the streets of Inverness and Sherbrooke and cordoned off several homes in the area. tweet the closure around 8 o’clock

Investigators were able to see evidence outside the homes Saturday morning, including what appeared to be a large bloodstain on the sidewalk.

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In an emailed statement to Global News, BC Emergency Health Services confirmed that four ambulances were at a 1,200-block residence on 41st Avenue at 6:45 a.m. Three patients were taken to hospital.

In a press conference that afternoon, Const. Tania Visintin said she could not provide details beyond the fact that a “serious police incident” had taken place.

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The streets in the area reopened around 2.40 pm

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