Why a man in a wheelchair was found on a bus


It’s been almost two months since a Winnipeg man was found with a head injury and his body pinned under the seat of a bus.

His name is Johnathan Egan, and he’s a wheelchair user.

He was a passenger on a Winnipeg Transit bus on Dec. 18.

He had been sitting in the front row, but when the bus driver noticed a man was sitting in a seat in front of him, he said the driver stopped the bus.

The man, a man who was wearing a grey jacket, was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, police said.

He told police he was trying to find his family, and that he was having difficulty finding his wife.

The driver said the man was very loud, and started yelling, Egan told police.

“He was yelling to his family and he was asking if he could get on the bus,” Egan said.

Egan called 911.

He said he was told the man, who he identified as a man from the Downtown Eastside, was being taken to Winnipeg Hospital.

The man was taken by ambulance to a hospital in North Bay. “

I’m hoping they’ll find the driver and take the gentleman off the bus.”

The man was taken by ambulance to a hospital in North Bay.

Egon said he thinks the man is suffering from traumatic brain injury, but is unsure.

Ewan said he didn’t see the man when he took the photo of him in the wheelchair, but he said it looked like the man had been hit by a vehicle.

Eban said he doesn’t know if the man could have died or if the bus would have taken the man to the ER.

The photo of the man he took shows a white head covering and blue pants, Egon added.

Eitan has not been charged with a crime.

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