Woman Who Worked in Mississauga Identified as Burlington Murder Victim
A woman has been pronounced dead after a shooting in Burlington.
It is with heavy hearts that we send our condolences to Mississauga CACC tonight. Always a phone call or mic click away, her loss is truly felt amongst our paramedics. To our brothers & sisters, please reach out if there are any resources you may need @Peel_Paramedics— Peel Paramedic Union (@OPSEU277) August 22, 2019
We would like to send our deepest condolences to our friends at the Mississauga Central Ambulance Communication Centre (CACC), Peel & Halton Paramedic Services. We are very sorry for your loss and our thoughts are with all of you.@OPSEUAmbDiv@OPSEU277@HaltonMedics207— Mississauga FF L1212 (@IAFF1212) August 22, 2019
Victim of Wednesday afternoon's shooting in #BurlON has been identified by friends & colleagues as Laura Grant, an ambulance dispatcher with Mississauga CACC and a former paramedic with Halton/Mississauga District Ambulance Service. Condolences to all those affected. pic.twitter.com/vIdA7NKlIB— DR (@Media371) August 22, 2019
Shortly after 3:00 p.m. on August 21, Halton Police received a call from within a residence at 2244 No. 2 Side Road in Burlington regarding a shooting at that location. A man was quickly taken into custody. Grant was located at the residence with traumatic injuries. She was pronounced deceased at the scene.
Anyone with relevant information is asked to call the Halton Regional Police Service Homicide Tip Line at 905-825-4776 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.ca.
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