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RCMP officer struck, injured during roadside encounter in Nova Scotia

TRURO, N.S. — The Mounties in Nova Scotia are seeking information from the public after a hit and run where an officer was struck early on Sunday morning. Police say the officer was hit by a vehicle on Highway 311 in North River, about 10 kilometres north of Truro, N.S., at about 3:20 a.m. At the time of incident, the uniformed officer had exited his vehicle when he observed a suspicious school bus parked at the side of the highway. Police say the lone occupant of the bus, a man, told the office

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