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The facts allegedly occurred in an apartment building on rue Forest, in Quebec City.
A woman in her twenties was seriously injured in Quebec city early Sunday morning after she was in all likelihood pushed down from a balcony located on the 3rd floor of a x27;an apartment building. The alleged suspect in this case, a man who is related to the victim, could be charged with attempted murder.
It was around 4 a.m. Sunday morning that the police went to the building located in the Sainte-Foy–Sillery–Cap-Rouge borough. On site, SPVQ officers assisted the woman, who was transported to a hospital to treat serious injuries. However, her life is not in danger.
According to the authorities, the woman fell three stories. The investigation carried out by the police on the spot tends to show, from the first moments, that the fall of the victim would be of a criminal nature, indicates David Pelletier, spokesperson for the Police Department of the City of Quebec.
< p class="e-p">The suspect, also in his twenties, has been arrested and will remain in custody pending his appearance.