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Montreal police have been asked to investigate the death of a year-old man who confronted provincial officers. The incident began on Tuesday evening in Mont Laurier when a man apparently barricaded himself in his apartment. Surete du Quebec officers said that when they arrived at the scene the man was on his balcony, suffering from an obvious head injury, but he immediately went inside.
As officers entered the apartment they heard a gunshot and found the man bleeding. He was taken to hospital where he died of his apparently self-inflicted wounds. As is customary in cases where someone dies in an altercation with police, the public security minister has asked another police force to examine what happened, and in this case Stephane Bergeron asked officers from Montreal to investigate.
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