Police state shooting: Victims required first aid care

A 23-year old man sustained gunshot wounds in an incident in Abbotsford. The police have not definitively linked a shooting to the ongoing Townline Hill gang conflict but Abbotsford Police spokesman, Const. Ian MacDonald stated that it has all the “earmarks”.

Shooting incident

A 23-year old Abbotsford man was driving north on Livingstone Avenue which turns into Blue Jay Street when he was shot at somewhere along the route. The man was driving a Cadillac Escalade veered into a power pole and crashed into the front yard of a house at the corner of Blue Jay Street and Cardinal Avenue.

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A 23-year old man sustained gunshot wounds in an incident in Abbotsford.

The emergency crews arrived on the scene and the man was transported to a healthcare facility where he remains in a serious condition as he recovers from gunshot wounds. Proper care of wounds is an essential skill that you can learn in a first aid course. You can learn all the first aid basics by enrolling in a first aid course.

The victim is not cooperative in providing any details. The site of the shooting is in the area of west Abbotsford where several drive-by shootings and assaults have occurred.

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