Man shot by police in Mississauga dies in hospital


A 28-year-old man who was shot by police at a Mississauga townhouse complicated earlier this week has died of his accidents in hospital.

The capturing unfolded within the space of Winston Churchill Boulevard and Eglinton Avenue West at round 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 7.

Peel Regional Police mentioned undercover officers had been investigating a car in reference to a drug investigation.

When the officers approached the car, it drove towards them, a Peel police spokesperson mentioned beforehand.

One of many officers then opened fireplace on the motive force, capturing a number of photographs earlier than the car crashed into the storage of a house.

The driving force, the lone occupant of the car, was rushed to hospital by paramedics with life-threatening accidents.

The Particular Investigations Unit, an arm’s size provincial company which probes any incident the place police are concerned in a demise or severe harm, confirmed that the person who was shot died in hospital on Friday.

The SIU mentioned that on the request of his household, they won’t be releasing his identify.

The investigation into the incident continues. Anybody with info is being requested to contact police.