Two RCMP (Canada) Officers Opened Fire at Local Firehall

Two RCMP officers opened fire at the Onslow Belmont Fire Brigade hall in central Nova Scotia during the manhunt for the gunman responsible for the province’s mass shooting, reports CBC.

Officers missed and no one was injured in incident at the Onslow Belmont Fire Brigade hall, which was left peppered with bullet holes. The gunman at the center of the manhunt was not in the area at the time.

The hall was being used as an emergency refuge centre for residents from Portapique, N.S., the village where the shooting rampage that ultimately took 22 lives had started 12 hours before.

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