A man was shot in Saint-Lambert

A man was shot in Saint-Lambert

A man in his 20s was seriously injured in a shooting Thursday evening in Saint-Lambert on Montreal's South Shore.

According to preliminary information provided by the Longueuil Agglomeration Police Department, the victim was hit by at least one projectile around 7:30 pm on Mercier Street, near Mercille Street.

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SPAL spokesman Francois Boucher said the man suffered “serious injuries to the upper body.” His condition was considered critical in the middle of the evening.

The police opened an investigation to try to understand the circumstances surrounding this attempted murder. No suspects were immediately arrested.

“It's very surprising, it's a very quiet area here and we've never seen an incident like this before,” confirms Katerina Wyszynski, who has lived in this area of ​​Saint-Lambert for more than 7 years.

The resident lives less than 50 meters from the parking lot where the man was injured.

The woman was home when the shots were fired, but she did not hear anything.

“My partner had left barely 10 minutes before this happened,” she said incredulously.

“I didn't hear anything, but when I saw all the cars arriving I realized something had happened,” Ms Wyszynski adds.

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Investigators are scheduled to interview witnesses, while anyone with information is encouraged to report it to the police department.

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