The Start. “It’s tragic.
We don’t expect anything like that to happen in our community. It’s just horrific.” Carman’s mayor said the tight-knit community will attempt to get through the tragedy together.“We all come together as a community to do things for each other, to make our community better,” said Owen.“My heart goes out to all the relatives, the families, the neighbours… if these children were in the school system, there has to be some counselling brought forward for everybody.
(I) thank the first responders…. what they do is great, and it’s got to be just terrible to try to piece this together.”Randy McFarland, who lives in the community, says he was one of the first to notice the police presence at the house next door to his.“After it got dark, everybody else started showing up, forensics trucks and everything else..Read more on globalnews.ca