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Commonwealth Stadium: Chernyk and Alberta Capital

commonwealth stadium: Mike Chernyk on Saturday during a visit to the Alberta capital and thanked the officer for his efforts, which the Prime Minister said helped save lives, according to The Chronicle Herald. It is a testament to his strength, but also to his training and just to the excellence of first-responders right across this country that he was able to keep a cool head in the most chaotic and violent of circumstances, Trudeau said. Trudeau met with Const. Chernyk had been working crowd control outside a Canadian Football League game at Commonwealth Stadium on Sept. 30 when he was hit by a car that rammed through a barrier and sent him flying through the air. Hours after Chernyk was injured, a cube van with police cars in pursuit drove down Jasper Avenue and hit four pedestrians. The driver then got out, pulled out a large knife and began stabbing Chernyk, who fought back as he was lying on the ground. ( As reported in the news.