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At 20:30 she began to call Bel-Air Taxi - one of several taxi firms operating in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody - to verify her journey home. However, Bel-Air Taxi's car did not show up as planned and she was compelled to spend long periods in the rains with her mate.
At the end the taxi arrived after further phone call with disposition only at middle of the night, and until then Stewart described the state of the elderly as very cool and damp. Stewart also reproached the taxi firm in his office for no longer operating its handicapped cabs as a cost-cutting tool, as these cars are bigger and need more petrol to drive.
"BelAir Taxi, you've got licences for several taxis suitable for wheelchairs; I know you don't like using them, but that's not acceptable," he said. In June 2018, according to BC Passenger Transportation Board figures, Bel-Air Taxi had a total of 62 taxi cars, 10 of which were handicapped persons.
Car theft suspect wanted, numerous clashes in Port Coquitlam
Mountainies are looking for a man they say was implicated in three different car crashes and a car theft Thursday mornings along Westwood Street. Unsub escaped to a car park in the 3000 meter section of the Lougheed Highway before taking a taxi at the level crossings on Westwood Street and Kingsway Avenue.
Then he attacked a second car and escaped towards Port Coquitlam, where he fell for the third consecutive crash on the Coquitlam River. Mountainies are looking for a man they say was implicated in three different car crashes and a car theft Thursday mornings along Westwood Street. Arriving at the scene, the officer took off in a lorry and hit another car on the way out of the area.
Shortly thereafter he plunged into a Bel-Air taxi at the level crossings on Westwood Street and Kingsway Avenue. It was at this point that the unsub leapt out of his lorry and attacked a second one. Racing down the Royal Road to Port Coquitlam, it wasn't long before he caught a third automobile before leaving the van and walking along the Coquitlam River.
"Coquitlam RCMP Cpl. Michael McLaughlin, who described the man as a dark-skinned man with halstattoos and a cut, who wore a Crooks and Castles hooded sweater, a golden necklace and a pair of pair of white sneakers. Adding that no one was seriously injured in the string of events, he said the wife participating in the car theft suffered slight injury.