A man who was fatally injured outside a Surrey apartment complex received CPR. The homicide investigators were called to Surrey’s Whalley neighborhood after a man was found fatally injured in front of an apartment complex.
The Mounties received a 911 call about a man down at 132nd Street and 108th Avenue, just two blocks from the Gateway SkyTrain Station.
The paramedics initiated CPR at the scene and transported him to a healthcare facility but it was too late. The case was taken over by the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team.
Sadly, the man succumbed to his injuries according to IHIT Sgt. Bari Emam. It is too early to determine if the incident was targeted or related to anything.
The cause of death remains unclear and investigators are uncertain if the victim sustained injuries at the scene or a second location.
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) can help save lives during emergencies. If this life-saving technique is promptly performed, it significantly improves the chances of survival.
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