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BREAKING | 4 children found unresponsive on Que. shoreline did not survive: police

The four children found unresponsive on a shoreline in Portneuf-sur-Mer, Que. Saturday did not survive, provincial police (SQ) have confirmed. The children, all over the age of 10, were among a group of 11 people swept away by the tide overnight while fishing in Quebec's North Shore region. Six of them were rescued and one man is still missing.

(Municipalité de Portneuf-sur-Mer)

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Cyclist in his 50s fatally hit by car in Brossard

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BREAKING | 4 children found unresponsive on Que. shoreline did not survive: police

The four children found unresponsive on a shoreline in Portneuf-sur-Mer, Que. Saturday did not survive, provincial police (SQ) have confirmed. The children, all over the age of 10, were among a group of 11 people swept away by the tide overnight while fishing in Quebec's North Shore region. Six of them were rescued and one man is still missing.

(Municipalité de Portneuf-sur-Mer)

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