On Thursday, officials reported that a woman who had been shot by Calgary police after a long chase on early Christmas morning was the registered owner of the car on which she was driving.
The car is a gray Honda sedan with B.C. license plates – it was noticed that they were dangerously transported to the Inglewood area just after midnight on Tuesday.
The officers tried to stop the car, but it accelerated.
Then, around 2:40 am, the police received new messages about the dangerous driving of a similar car, this time in the Falconridge community.
The police saw that Honda was moving in the wrong direction in the wrong direction, and attempted a so-called “controlled stop” when it turned onto McNight from Stoney Trail NE, “pulling the police car in front of the sedan and additional police cars on each side and in the back of the sedan, ”says a report from the serious incident response team in Alberta, which is currently investigating.
As soon as the officers got out of their cars, Honda started moving again, the ASIRT report says.
The officer is fired, killing a 29-year-old female driver.
"Both the gray sedan and the police cars were damaged during the confrontation," the report said.
The officers are working to notify the close relatives of the woman. The name of the woman has not been released.
ASIRT conducts an investigation at any time when someone is seriously injured or killed by the police.