The Washington Post
Quebec driver to appear in court in ramming deaths:
A 38year-old Canadian man is facing two charges of dangerous driving causing death after allegedly ramming a pickup truck through pedestrians in an eastern Canada town, killing two men and injuring nine people. Police declined to comment on a possible motive for the incident Monday afternoon in the Quebec province town of Amqui, about 220 miles northeast of Quebec City. A senior Canadian official ruled out terrorism. Court documents signed Tuesday by a justice of the peace identify the accused as Steeve Gagnon, 38, of Amqui. Quebec provincial police have said their investigation suggests the driver swerved from one side of the road to the other over a considerable distance to hit victims at random.