Four people were injured and a man is facing charges after a truck crashed Wednesday into a convenience store in north Edmonton.
The incident happened at 118th Avenue and 96th Street shortly before noon, when the truck drove into a Petro-Canada store and hit four people inside.
Edmonton police spokeswoman Anna Batchelor said the driver of the truck, a man in his late 30s, was taken into custody after a short altercation. Charges are pending. She said two people have injuries that are considered serious, but non-life-threatening. She said the condition of the other two injured people is not yet confirmed.