The SAIT LRT station was closed Wednesday morning after Calgary police said a man was found with a “possible” neck injury in the Hounsfield Heights and Briar Hill neighborhood.
The Calgary Police Service confirms to Global News the situation unfolded around 5:27 am where the man was found on the 1400 block of 14 Avenue NW. Police added there was a “significant blood trail” that was found nearby.
EMS confirmed the man was picked up from the LRT station and rushed to Foothills Hospital in life-threatening condition.
CPS confirms to Global News a man was found near the LRT station at 5:27 am and was sent to hospital in serious condition.
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CPS is canvassing the Hillhurst neighborhood, hoping to find security camera footage as to what may have led to the man’s injuries.
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As of 5:47 am, Calgary Transit said it will not be stopping at the SAIT LRT station due to the police matter.
Shuttle buses will be at Lions Park and Sunnyside station for transit riders on the Red Line to continue their commute.
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