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Jury at coroner’s inquest watches Myles Sanderson police pursuit, arrest before his death in custody [Video]

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RCMP officers pursued Myles Sanderson into oncoming traffic, speeding between dozens of vehicles pulled onto shoulders and into the ditch, jury members heard Monday at the first day of a week-long inquest.

Sanderson, 32, died a little more than an hour after police arrested him in the ditch.

Prior to the chase, he killed 11 people at James Smith Cree Nation (JSCN) and the neighbouring village of Weldon on Sept. 4, 2022, and then went on the run.

Six jury members were sworn in Monday at the Saskatoon Inn during the first day of a week-long inquest. They are tasked with establishing when, where and how Sanderson died, and are scheduled to hear from 13 witnesses including police, health-care staff and a pathologist.

On Monday, the jurors watched dashcam footage, accompanied by police audio, from a trio of vehicles during the Sept. 7, 2022, police pursuit after Sanderson, a JSCN …

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