Montreal cops have actually seized a delivery van that they think was involved in a deadly hit and run in Montreal’s east end on Tuesday. The truck’s motorist has actually also been determined and will be talked to by cops today. “The truck has actually sent [for forensic analysis] in order to understand it’s one hundred percent sure that it’s the truck that hit the pedestrian,” said Montreal authorities spokesperson Manuel Couture. The delivery van comes from FedEx, according to the company. James Anderson, a representative for FedEx Express Canada, informed CBC that a truck from the FedEx ground fleet is being detained in relation with the deadly hit and run yesterday. Anderson stated he does not know when it was detained nor who the driver is. He included that FedEx is providing its deepest sympathies to the victim’s household. A 76-year-old man was hit by what witnesses said was a delivery truck Tuesday around 3:25 p.m. near the corner of Honoré-Beaugrand and Tellier streets. The truck did not stop and the victim passed away of his injuries at the scene, despite efforts by paramedics to save him. On Tuesday, another FedEx truck was apprehended by authorities however it was later on released. Investigators said it was uncertain if the driver knew she or he had actually struck somebody. From Beethoven’s: Missa Solemnis OP 123 to the Jazz giants Costs Evans and Herbie Hancock to the Mongolian group Hangai, Music Manufacturer Frank Opolko’s musical taste covers a great deal of ground – and we are the better for it. A full hour of musical delight! The magnificent photo of a snowy owl in flight has actually been captured by Transport Quebec’s traffic electronic camera along Montreal’s Highway 40. Mélissa de La Fontaine has been intending to produce zero (or almost zero) waste for three years– and she’s only intensifying her efforts for 2016. Victoria Montalvo chose snow intead of sunlight, and Montreal instead of Austin, Texas. She wishes to establish herself in the regional music industry and make the move …
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