“After being arrested, the two suspects were taken to hospital by EMS. The female received a single gunshot wound to her left thigh and the man had a bullet wound to his left forearm. According to ASIRT, the woman had been released from hospital by Sunday.
Charges are pending and police have said there’s no indication of links to extremist activity by the accused.
Second Lt. Jean Doyon, unit public affairs representative with the 41 Service Battalion, said the soldiers were marching within 10 metres of the vehicle as it drove toward them.
A spokesperson from the Department of National Defence said Sunday that Canadian Forces personnel are giving witness testimony to police investigators.
Calgary police will take responsibility for investigating the stolen vehicle and plates, while ASIRT investigates the use of force by the officer involved in the incident.”