Thursday , March 23 2023

Teen girl and her grandmother after wounding Scarborough Highrise attack


A young girl and her mother are seriously injured after an attack on Friday afternoon at Scarborough Highrise.

The neighbors called 911 at 6 p.m. Having heard an attack on an apartment near Danforth and McCow, when he approached Lawrence Avenue East, the Toronto Police said.

An emergency gang found a 17-year-old girl with no hurting signals and a puncture with her upper body. SickKids was arrested in the hospital for life threatening by paramedics.

"[Officers] He got ready and ready for EMS, and that appearance probably helped save his life at this point, "Det. Jason Hillier 43 Division told reporters on the scene.

As the mother's son was in the early 30's, Sunnybrook had a mental injury center at the Health Sciences Center, the police said. It's serious, but it does not endanger life.

"The scene was quite amazing because it was active," Hillier said.

Researchers are looking for a male between the ages of 35 to 40, around 5 ", a white jacket and probably without a shoe.

Finally, he walked north to the north on the Trudelle street that crossed the McCowan Road.

The policeman is not immediately clear, the victims and the suspects knew each other.

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