Shooting Rampage In Canada Result In Death Of Indian Student Satwinder Singh After 2 Others

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A shooting rampage took place in Canada’s Ontario on 12 September 2022. The unfortunate event resulted in the deaths of 3 people. A 28 YO Indian Student Satwinder Singh, a 48 YO Toronto Police Constable Andrew Hong and a 38 YO mechanic Shakeel Ashraf lost their lives.

The 40 YO gunman was identified as Sean Petrie who was later shot dead by police in Hamilton. Investigators believe the killing was unprovoked and that the suspect was on the lookout for an officer, The Globe and Mail newspaper reported.

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While Sean Petrie shot dead Andrew Hong and Shakeel Ashraf, Satwinder Singh got serious injuries and was hospitalized after the shooting rampage. But the latest update on the case has declared him dead as well. 

The statement released by Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS) on Saturday states, “Satwinder Singh, who was injured in the shooting last Monday in Milton, died at the Hamilton General Hospital with his family and friends by his side. Singh was an international student from India who was working part-time at MK Auto Repairs at the time of the shooting. The HRPS would like to express heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of the victim, and the communities impacted by this horrible tragedy.”

Sarabjot Kaur, a cousin who grew up with Singh told the Toronto Star newspaper, “At the Oakville home of a relative, Singh’s grieving father was surrounded by relatives and friends after giving staff at the Hamilton General Hospital permission to pull his son off life support Saturday afternoon.” 

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Satwinder Singh obtained an MBA in marketing in India and was a student of Conestoga College in Canada. He was also working part-time at MK Collision Centre in Milton.

As of Sunday afternoon, GoFundMe had raised more than 35,000 dollars to help support Singh’s family and return his body to India.

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