"When AHS took over the ambulance service, they promised to give better coverage, but they’ve driven it into the ground,” said seasoned paramedic Don Sharpe.
"As you know I'm in Alberta right now... And I'm not leaving," Derek Sloan said
"The RCMP believe that children are with Allison and Therese O’Driscoll and that the family is receiving assistance from others to prevent them from being found,"...
Officers are warning people who are helping the culprits – you could be charged with being an accomplice.
And Cpl. Laurel Scott said RCMP will not be conducting media interviews on the case.
Alberta RCMP said a Cochrane officer clocked a car speeding down the highway last month at a whopping 142 km/h in a 110 km/h zone.