United States — On Sunday evening, in northeast Edmonton, a burning vehicle contained the body of a deceased person. Around 9:45 p.m., officers were dispatched to the junction of 66th Street and 153rd Avenue. According to Edmonton Police Department spokesman Scott Pattison, who communicated with CTV News Edmonton via email, “the investigation is very preliminary and therefore no further details are available at this time.” .
When a CTV News Edmonton crew arrived at the scene, police tape had been wrapped around the intersection and a tarp had been draped over the individual and the part of the vehicle that was in the oncoming lane. west. By the early hours of Monday morning, the mess had been cleaned up. CTV News Edmonton was told by a Starbucks employee that he saw the wreckage while riding his bike home from work.
“As I progress down the road, I realize more and more that there is a line of vehicles stationary… There is a vehicle well above the road which has been completely consumed by fire when I pass it. Tobi Stockburger said “(it’s) clear why they closed the road and everyone is waiting for things to reopen and just watching this tragedy that happened.”
“I didn’t really want to see well because if there’s a person inside, that’s not really something I think I want to see,” I thought to myself. “I didn’t want to get too close.” But when I walk past it, I can’t help but peek inside; it is impossible to ignore something like that. So I took a quick look in their direction and there appears to be someone sitting in the front passenger seat. Pattison said additional details would be released as the information is validated.