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A few weeks later, CTV News met Katrina, who said she was about Roxy’s age when she joined the track 30 years ago.
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She said she ended up here after relapsing when her parents died – both from addiction.
She already feels the danger lurking in the dimly lit streets of the stroll, and she’s not alone – a quarter of sex workers say they’ve been attacked on the job.
Surveillance video has captured a dramatic takedown during which Vancouver police rammed a vehicle, threw a stun grenade and then sent in a police dog to drag a suspect out of a vehicle. Immediately after, a large black police SUV rolls up. Police stun grenades set off smoke and police can be seen sending in a police dog, which takes hold of one suspect and drags him out of the smashed car and across the ground. Jason Doucette from Vancouver Police said his force’s officers executed the unusual operation to “protect public safety and prevent further crimes.” Doucette said the suspects, a 52-year-old man from Maple Ridge and a 35-year-old man from Abbotsford, were known to police and accused of a break-and-enter at a retail establishment in Abbotsford earlier that day.
C., shows an unmarked SUV police vehicle smash into a car and knock it sideways, causing it to stop.