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Calgary’s SAIT LRT station closed after man found with serious injuries

The SAIT LRT station was closed Wednesday morning after Calgary police found a man with a “possible” neck injury.

CPS confirms to Global News a man was found at the LRT station at 5:27 a.m. and was sent to hospital in serious condition.

Police added that the man’s injuries are “undetermined” at this time and that a “significant blood trail” that was found nearby was not where the man was initially injured.

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CPS is canvassing the Hillhurst neighbourhood, hoping to find security camera footage as to what may have led to the man’s injuries.

As of 5:47 a.m., Calgary Transit said it won’t be stopping at the SAIT LRT station due to the police matter.

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Shuttle busses will be at Lions Park and Sunnyside station for transit riders on the Red Line to continue their commute.

More to come…


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