Saskatchewan Health Authority says 3 people remain in critical condition after stabbings

Whereabouts unknown: Manhunt continues in Saskatchewan stabbings


The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) says there are ten patients who remain in the hospital following a stabbing spree in James Smith Cree Nation and nearby Weldon, Sask., on Sept. 4. Three people are in critical condition and seven people in stable condition.

According to the SHA, seven people have been released from the hospital. SHA also says it will not be releasing the names of the hospitals where patients are staying, due to privacy concerns.

Nicole Moostoos confirmed to APTN News that her mother, Arlene Moostoos, is currently in the ICU as one of the injured.

Moostoos says she is “just trying to cope” at the moment and “praying that her mom will recover”.

RCMP began receiving calls near 6 a.m. Sunday morning from James Smith Cree Nation. Throughout the day police searched for Damien Sanderson and Myles Sanderson.

The RCMP said some were targeted attacks but did not provide further details.

The stabbing rampage left 10 people dead. Damien Sanderson’s body was found on James Smith Cree Nation on Monday. The police are not releasing information about the injuries that led to Sanderson’s death but they believe his brother Myles is also wounded.

The RCMP issued an alert at 3:27 p.m. local Saskatchewan time announcing that their investigation has determined that Myles Sanderson is not currently in James Smith Cree Nation and his whereabouts are not known.

They urge the public to take precautions.

Mental Health Supports are available in the North East from the SHA by calling the intake line at:

Prince Albert and Area Mental Health and Addictions Centralized Intake

NE – South (Melfort- Nipawin- Rosthern – Tisdale and Area)
Mental Health and Addictions Centralized Intake
1- 833- 274- 4060

North East Crisis Line (Melfort) 24 hrs

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