Coroner’s Jury concludes cocaine overdose caused Myles Sanderson’s death

 By Ryan Kiedrowski  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter A high-speed chase, risky vehicular takedown and fatal drug overdose. These aspects received hyper-focus during a four-day coroner’s inquest in Saskatoon last week. The goal of the inquest was to discover facts about the final hours of Myles Sanderson_the man solely responsible for the Sept. 4, 2022 mass killing on the James Smith Cree Nation and nearby Village of Weldon. Sanderson fatally stabbed 11 people during his rampage and was responsible for 17 attempted murders during that weekend. The inquest, presided by coroner Robert Kennedy, ran from Feb. 26 to 29, hearing from medical experts, responding police officers, and emergency responders that were in contact with Sanderson when he died in custody on Sept. 7. High-risk takedown During the early afternoon of Sept. 7,…

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