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Officer says B.C. hostage was lying on top of captor before police gunfire erupted

  • The first police officer at a B.C. Coroner's inquest describes seeing a woman held hostage with a knife and gun by Randy Crosson.
  • The officer felt the need to shoot Crosson to save Nona McEwan, believing he couldn't avoid hitting her initially.
  • When McEwan moved, the officer shot Crosson 14 times, leading to both Crosson and McEwan being killed by police bullets during the hostage situation in 2019.
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