Shooting spree in Canada leaves 3 police dead

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MONCTON, CANADA – A 24-year-old goes off in New Brunswick, Canada, leaving a lot of question marks.

The man goes on a frantic shooting spree in the city of Moncton, killing three members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in the line of duty, sending two more to the emergency room.

The mounted police were responding to a call, about an armed man carrying two rifles in Moncton, with a subdivision on lock-down.

The police say the shooter, 24-year-old Justin Bourque, is still on the run.

One couple witnessed the shooting from inside their living room, and could hear shots being fired.

The two other cops who were shot aren’t facing any life-threatening injuries.  They’re expected to be okay, as the manhunt for Bourque continues.

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