Oscar Benjumea of Edmonton Accident .
Police have arrested and charged a man who fled the scene after a deadly car crash Friday morning.
Two women, aged 20 and 21, and a male are dead after a silver Audi RS5 two-door coupe crashed into the wall of a Starbucks coffee shop on Calgary Trail in south Edmonton early Friday. The three were passengers in the car.
The 25-year-old driver Oscar Benjumea was arrested at his residence just after noon, police said in a news release. According to a report compiled by CBC News
In an interview with CBC News on Friday, Cameron Kane, the CEO of Bud King, an Edmonton marijuana retailer, said his business partner, Oscar Benjumea, drove an Audi RS5 with the same vanity plate. https://t.co/icUSJDI47l pic.twitter.com/6SV2EhUhBz
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What people in Edmonton has said.
Some bastard knocked my son off his bike in Edmonton this morning.On a roundabout & drove off & left him.He knew he’d hit him (son was shouting at him). Son is fine but who drives away from an accident knowing he’s knocked someone down! Everyone is out for themselves these days.
There’s no conclusive evidence that shows photo radar saves lives. According to at least one member of the RCMP in Edmonton, it is distracted driving which kills. There are rarely any accidents – lethal – caused by excessive speed. It is most definitely a cash grab.
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It’s always been fairly busy when I’ve been there, if absolutely horrible.
I discovered not that long ago that there’s a “small stall” market hidden in a concrete bunker round the back where no-one would find it by accident. Utterly grim – even worse than Edmonton.
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