Stabbing rampage in Canada, 10 people stabbed to death and several injured

OTTAWA: On Sunday, around 10 people were stabbed to death in remote communities in Canada. Dozens have been injured, while the police are still looking for two primary suspects. According to details, 10 people were killed in James Smith Cree Nation and Saskatchewan town. The police responded to the emergency calls and 15 injured people were taken to different hospitals.

Rhonda Blackmore, Assistant Commissioner of Royal Canadian Police, said that the suspects had been identified as Myles Sanderson and Damien. Both had brown eyes and black hair. She added that they escaped in Nissan Rogue, black colour, and checkpoints were formed on highways.

The James Smith Cree Nation is now under a local emergency, and authorities have asked the residents to stay in their homes or safe shelter.

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