Four people were wounded and two were taken into custody following a shooting on the O'Chiese First Nation in Alberta.
In a shooting Monday evening on the O'Chiese First Nation in Alberta, four people were wounded in three different locations.
RCMP Cpl. Troy Savinkoff said officers were sent to the neighborhood at approximately 5.30 p.m. MT in response to a report of a shooting. As officers arrived, they started receiving calls about additional shootings, he said.
Following the discovery of the wounded, the RCMP's emergency response team was activated, and residents were asked to remain indoors.
The First Nation of O'Chiese is located approximately 225 kilometers southwest of Edmonton.
Two suspects have been arrested, and police believe the danger to the community has been eliminated. Savinkoff claimed that he thinks both suspects are community members.
According to police, all four patients sustained non-life threatening injuries and are still stable. Savinkoff called the shooting a "tragic and unfathomable incident."
The victims' and suspects' names are being withheld at the moment, police said. Additional information is required until charges are filed.