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09 November 2017, 01:52 | Terri Saunders
Oh, Canada: Mounties arrest 5 naked people after car crash
Three people have been charged with kidnapping following a weird two-car collision on Monday.
The incident began at a residence in Leduc County around 9:30 a.m., when an adult male and female, as well as a six-week old baby, were forced into a vehicle against their will.
About 15 minutes later, on the road near Nisku, the man managed to get out of the trunk of the moving vehicle. The woman and child escaped shortly after. Laurel Scott told the newspaper that this is "quite an investigation".
"Apparently they came out of the ditch with no shoes on, so he stopped to see obviously if they needed help".
After they entered the truck, RCMP said another vehicle purposefully rammed the truck. "It's the middle of the winter and people are running around with no shoes on - you stop to help them", he said.
All five were placed under arrest, though four of them had to be taken to hospital.
On Monday, RCMP said the five who were arrested were naked, but have not explained why.
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Of the five subjects arrested, three adults remain in police custody pending judicial interim releases with pending charges for kidnapping and resisting arrest.
The investigation continued but officials believed drugs or alcohol might have been a factor.
According to Environment Canada, the temperature Monday morning at nearby Edmonton International Airport was -12 C with a wind chill of -18.
Officials said the three people who were abducted, including the infant, were not injured.
The two other arrested subjects are youth and have been released without charges.
"I'm not going to say too much about the family involved, just because I think they've been through enough", he said.
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