Overnight, two men were shot near the plateau of Montreal. Both are in a critical condition, and one was found inside the vehicle police.
Police in Montreal said they were called at the corner of St-Laurent Boulevard and Mont-Royal Avenue around 12:30 am
When they arrived, they found a 31-year-old man who was shot in the upper body. He took his condition to a critical hospital.
Meanwhile, an officer saw the "vehicle fleeing the scene" and set out on a pursuit that ended in the corners of Notre Dame Street and Robert-Bourassa Boulevard, according to spokesman Const. Jean-Pierre Brabant.
The 25th-year-old second victim was in the vehicle. Police were shot at the same time as other men in St-Laurent and Mont-Royal.
He was conscious during the transfer to the hospital and is expected to recover.
Two other 25 – year – old men were in the car, police say. They are arrested and will meet with investigators this morning.
Police said they would meet with witnesses and review the surveillance camera images to sort out what had happened.