Family fears for safety after brick hurled through window, narrowly missing baby – CBC

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Sabrina Gandier says she’s complained to her landlord about neighbour’s threatening behaviour for weeks

Dec 05, 2017

A Winnipeg family is afraid to go back to their rented apartment after a brick was hurled through their window, striking a mother of three in the face and narrowly missing her infant daughter who was right next to her.

Sabrina Gandier and her husband awoke to loud noises around 1 a.m. CT Saturday morning. The noise was coming from the unit below her second level townhouse-style apartment in East Elmwood.

“Things were smashing, everybody was screaming. It woke up the baby so I brought her out [to the living room],” said Gandier.

“Next thing I know I hear loud footsteps of someone coming up the stairs and someone screaming ‘no’ and then a brick came flying [through the window] and hit me in the face,” said Gandier.

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/family-fears-brick-landlord-neighbour-dispute-1.4432786

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