World News – CA – Woman says she received advice to stay away from camp where bodies were found


Woman who provides support to people living in homeless camps in Qualicum Beach area says she was warned not to visit an encampment near Whiskey Ruisseau where three people were found dead later

Kelly Morris, a Qualicum Beach-based peer support worker, said she had previously been to the camp where the killings took place The recovering drug addict said during her visits to the « bush camps » that she brought the campers drugs and blankets to wake up overdoses, and asked them to clean up the area where they live.

She said she was heading to bush camps on Saturday night, delivering the Narcan drugs, when she received what she sees as life-saving advice

“I hadn’t been in the bush for about a week,” Morris said. “I got a phone call from a certain party who said you couldn’t go to Whiskey Creek in safe Get out Don’t go

« That’s all I’ve been told When I’m told to stay out of somewhere, I’m not going »

Police continued to work on the scene of what they called a targeted murder on Wednesday Three bodies, two of them in a burnt out trailer, were discovered Sunday afternoon in a gravel pit at the end of a forest road Man with gunshot wounds was airlifted to hospital in critical condition, then upgraded to stable condition

Morris said she didn’t know much about what happened and why « No one deserves to be shot, no one deserves to die, and there were a lot of people involved in this matter. who should not have died « 

Morris said the people she visits in the 16 camps she attends have nowhere to go.She said there were over 380 people in the Parksville area camps- Qualicum

« We are doing counts in the bush If anyone is missing, I will call the dealers, I will get the information, » she said « I’m trying to find out how I can help – to what does help look like for these people, whether they want residential treatment or drug rehab « 

« It’s sad, but it doesn’t have to be like this. I have already welcomed 183 people in residential treatment by bringing them to my home »

BC RCMP Constable Chris Manseau said recent efforts at the site involved forensic officers, a fire investigator, the coroner and the use of a drone

Whiskey Creek, Parksville, Qualicum Beach, Cadaver

World news – CA – Woman says she received advice to stay away from camp where bodies were been found
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