Canadian police arrested suspect who injured four pedestrians on “act of terrorism”

Vastavam web: Canadian police arrested a man early today suspected of stabbing an officer and injuring four pedestrians in a series of violent incidents being investigated as an “act of terrorism.” The crime spree began last evening outside a football stadium in the city of Edmonton and ended hours later with a high speed chase in which the driver of a rented truck plowed into pedestrians, police said.At approximately, 8:15 pm a man in a speeding white Chevy Malibu crashed through police barricades outside an Edmonton stadium where a Canadian Football League game was being played.
The car struck a police officer standing in front of his patrol car, “sending him flying 15-feet through the air.” “A male, believed to be 30 years of age, then jumped out of his vehicle and began viciously stabbing the officer with a knife, as a struggle ensued,” the police statement said.The man in the truck then took off toward downtown Edmonton, according to the police account.
“During the chase, the U-Haul truck deliberately attempted to hit pedestrians in crosswalks and alleys,” it said.”Currently, it is believed four pedestrians were struck by the truck and transported to hospital with multiple injuries,” it said.