RCMP took 19 hours to find parents, daughter killed in Nova Scotia mass shooting in April - News Summed Up

RCMP took 19 hours to find parents, daughter killed in Nova Scotia mass shooting in April


The family of three were among the 13 people killed on April 18 in their tiny subdivision in rural Nova Scotia, about 130 kilometres north of Halifax. Police assured the Oliver family they did not suffer, though the final reports from the Nova Scotia medical examiner about how exactly they died are still not complete. WATCH | Thirteen Deadly Hours: The Nova Scotia Shooting:Thirteen Deadly Hours: The Nova Scotia Shooting News Video 45:10 The Fifth Estate presents a comprehensive inquiry into this year's mass shooting in Nova Scotia, chronicling 13 hours of mayhem that constitute one of Canada's deadliest events. Before noon Nova Scotia time, the family had heard there was a situation in Portapique and had begun calling the RCMP and hospitals. For now, as the Oliver family wait for answers, they continue to grieve.


Source: CBC News November 26, 2020 09:00 UTC



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