Timeline: London, Ont. assault kills 4 members of Muslim household

2021-06-08 21:17:00

A timeline of the car assault in London, Ont., that killed 4 members of a Muslim household and significantly injured a nine-year-old boy on Sunday

Tuesday, June 8

11: 15 a.m.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Ontario Premier Doug Ford are anticipated to attend a vigil for 5 members of a Muslim household who police say have been the victims of a deliberate assault.

The vigil will likely be held outdoors the London Muslim Mosque this night.

Ford says Sunday’s assault — during which 4 individuals died and a nine-year-old boy was injured — has left the province in mourning.

Because of this, he says all authorities occasions are cancelled at the moment to permit the household and neighborhood to grieve.

7:30 a.m.

Pakistan’s prime minister is denouncing a car assault that killed 4 members of a Muslim household in London, Ont., as an act of terror rooted in Islamophobia.

Prime Minister Imran Khan condemned Sunday’s assault on Twitter, as did Pakistan’s international affairs minister, Shah Mahmood Qureshi.

Khan says the incident reveals the rising Islamophobia in western nations.

He says Islamophobia should be countered “holistically” by the worldwide neighborhood.

Pals of the victims say the household was well-known throughout the London Pakistani-Muslim neighborhood.

An announcement from the household identifies these misplaced because the Afzaal household. Salman Afzaal, his spouse Madiha and their daughter Yumna, together with Yumna’s grandmother all died within the assault. Their son, nine-year-old Fayez was significantly injured.

Monday, June 7

11 p.m.

Public Security Minister Invoice Blair is looking the car assault on members of a Muslim household in London, Ont., “an horrific act of Islamaphobia” and says federal sources can be found to help London police of their investigation, in the event that they require it.

Blair says in a press release that the RCMP have been in contact and provided their full assist, and that the Built-in Nationwide Safety Enforcement Staff is engaged with the investigation and is working with native police.

9 p.m.

Conservative Chief Erin O’Toole says stories {that a} car assault that killed 4 individuals in London, Ont., was motivated by the very fact the victims have been Muslim is “horrific and heartbreaking.”

In a sequence of social media posts, O’Toole expressed his deepest condolences to the household and buddies of the victims, including that such acts of “vile and excessive hatred should be condemned.”

He known as the incident an “Islamophobic act of terror,” which he says has no place in Canada.

8:40 p.m.

The Thames Valley District Faculty Board says one of many victims who died in a car assault in northwest London, Ont., that police have described as hate-motivated was a scholar at Oakridge Secondary Faculty.

The assertion, issued by the board’s director of schooling in addition to the chair, says the coed will likely be “deeply missed by fellow college students and workers,” and the loss will likely be felt throughout your entire college board.

It notes the coed’s title is being withheld on the request of the household.

The assertion says a traumatic occasions response workforce will likely be on the college, in addition to others which are affected, for so long as vital and flags outdoors all of the board’s faculties will likely be lowered till June 11.

It says the board stays “steadfastly dedicated to combating racism, Islamophobia, and discrimination in all its varieties.”

6:25 p.m.

A memorial is rising on the website of the car assault in northwest London, Ont., that killed 4 members of the identical household and injured a younger boy.

Flowers have been seen piled on the road nook by the tip of the day on Monday, almost 24 hours after the incident.

Police mentioned the household of 5 have been ready to cross the highway on the intersection when a black pickup truck mounted the curb, struck them and drove away.

6 p.m.

Police have recognized the suspect within the London, Ont., car assault as Nathaniel Veltman.

The 20-year-old was arrested at a mall car parking zone seven kilometres from the scene the place police say he allegedly struck the household who have been ready to cross the road on Sunday.

Veltman is dealing with 4 counts of first-degree homicide and considered one of tried homicide.

5:45 p.m.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he stands with the Muslim neighborhood in London, Ont., and with Muslims throughout Canada within the wake of a car assault that killed 4 individuals on Sunday.

Trudeau says he is horrified by the information.

He provided solidarity for the family members of those that have been “terrorized” by the “act of hatred,” and expressed sympathy for the injured youngster.

Trudeau says Islamophobia has no place in our communities.

5:40 p.m.

The Nationwide Council of Canadian Muslims says it’s “past horrified” by the lethal car assault that killed 4 members of a Muslim household in London, Ont., Sunday.

CEO Mustafa Farooq calls the incident a terrorist assault on Canadian soil and says legislation enforcement ought to think about terrorism expenses.

He says Muslims in Canada are too accustomed to the violence of Islamophobia, with current assaults on Muslim ladies in Alberta and the 2017 Quebec Metropolis mosque bloodbath.

5:25 p.m.

The chief of the federal New Democrats says the killing of a Muslim household in London, Ont., is “an act of Islamophobia & terror.”

Jagmeet Singh known as the information from London “horrifying.”

He is calling on Canadians to face with their Muslim household, buddies and neighbours in opposition to hate.

4:45 p.m.

A spokesman for a London, Ont., mosque says the neighborhood is grappling with worry, devastation and anger within the wake of a car assault that killed 4 members of a Muslim household.

London Muslim Mosque spokesman Nawaz Tahir says the victims have been regulars on the mosque.

He described the group as “an excellent household, a God-fearing household and actually a pleasure to be round.”

He says the neighborhood is coming collectively to “be sure these acts of hate are met with even better acts of affection.”

3:40 p.m.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford says justice should be served “for the horrific act of hatred” that occurred in London, Ont., on Sunday.

Ford issued a press release providing ideas and prayers to the victims’ households and buddies.

He says hate and Islamophobia haven’t any place in Ontario.

Ford made the feedback after police mentioned the household struck and killed by a car have been focused due to their Muslim religion.

3:30 p.m.

The mayor of London, Ont., says the killing of 4 Muslim pedestrians Sunday night was an “act of mass homicide.”

Ed Holder made the feedback after police mentioned the motorist who killed the 4 relations did so intentionally.

Police say the victims are a 74-year-old girl, a 46-year-old man, a 44-year-old girl and a 15-year-old woman.

A nine-year-old boy stays in hospital in severe situation.

3 p.m.

Police in London, Ont., say a household of 5 who have been struck by a car on Sunday have been focused as a result of they have been Muslims.

4 relations have been killed and one individual stays in hospital.

Police say the 20-year-old man dealing with 4 counts of first-degree homicide and one rely of tried homicide didn’t know the victims.

12:30 a.m.

Police affirm one individual died on the scene and several other others have died in hospital. The world of the crash stays closed to site visitors.

Sunday, June 6

10:30 p.m.

London police affirm a number of fatalities within the collision and that one individual is in custody.

8:40 p.m.

Three adults and two youngsters are struck by pickup on the northwest London, Ont. intersection of South Carriage Highway and Hyde Park Highway.

– With recordsdata from CTV Information London


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