A 30-year-old male from the Siksika First Nation was airlifted to a hospital after suffering “a number of penetrating traumas.”
A STARS spokesperson says one of their helicopters met a ground ambulance carrying the patient from Siksika, and then airlifted him to Foothills Hospital in Calgary.
According to AHS, the victim had a number of penetrating wounds, but there’s no word on his condition, or whether anyone has been arrested.
STAR-1 (Calgary) has been dispatched for a scene call emergency in the Siksika Nation area.— STARS air ambulance (@STARSambulance) March 16, 2019
Serving First Nations & Metis People throughout Southern Alberta. For more details on how to get your business heard on Windspeaker Radio, Click here
Play Radio Bingo every Monday, Thursday and Saturday night at 6. Click here to find card sellers across Southern Alberta
Tune in Tuesday & Thursday Mornings at 9 for the Windspeaker Radio Request Show, brought to you by Natural Law Energy. Call or Text 866-454-2813
Our App is available for both IOS and Android