At least four struck by driver during B.C. march for residential school survivors

After a hit-and-run described as an “impatient driver” in a pickup truck police described as an “impatient driver” in a bid to raise awareness about Indigenous children misbehaving in residential schools, killed four people – including two leading to hospitalization. Required – after a hit-and-run in BC.

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Organized by the Crazy Indians Brotherhood, the march included indigenous people and supporters – some carrying signs and flags, others carrying drums – walking along Hwy. 7 Near Mission, BC, heading to East St. Mary’s Residential School. The school was closed in the mid-1980s; It was the last working residential school in BC

Troy Ingaraldi said he and another man were helping direct traffic as part of the march and were taken to hospital after the driver hit them.

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According to an RCMP news releaseThe driver “tried to go around the group.”

“Despite the safety risk, a driver made his way through the group, making contact with…

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