Mountie injured in 2014 shooting rampage testifies at Labour Code trial
An R-C-M-P officer recalled feeling blood stream down her body as she fled a gunman who shot her twice and killed three other Mounties during a 2014 shooting spree in New Brunswick.
Constable Darlene Goguen was one of two officers wounded in the June 2014 Moncton massacre.
She told a Moncton courtroom yesterday that she feared that if other officers came to her aid, they would also become targets.
The R-C-M-P is on trial for allegations it violated the Labour Code.