Sidney Crosby sad for his homeland

Sidney Crosby triste pour sa patrie

As a nova Scotian, captain of the Pittsburgh Penguins, Sidney Crosby, is not remained insensitive in front of the shooting having been twenty deaths in Nova Scotia, Sunday.

The number 87, who was born in Cole Harbour, expressed his solidarity to the population stricken by the tragedy. Notably, he testified his sorrow vis-à-vis the death of one of the victims, Heidi Stevenson, a constable of the royal Canadian mounted police with 23 years of experience. A Native of the same town as the hockey player, it has perished under the bullets of the gunman, Gabriel Wortman, during the operation to neutralize this individual.

“I would like to offer my condolences to the family of the constable Heidi Stevenson, Cole Harbour, to all those who have lost a loved one, as well as those who have been touched by this gesture terrible,” said the skater through the Twitter account of the Sidney Crosby Foundation, on Tuesday.

“This tragic event has devastated communities throughout Nova Scotia, but I know that we will come together and help each other. I keep them in my thoughts each and every person who sits at home”, he added.

The balance sheet of the killings could rise in the days to come. The investigations on this subject are still ongoing.

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