Woman rams security barrier at Canadian PM's house

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December 31, 2006 19:04

 
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A woman drove her car through a security barrier at the country house of Canada's prime minister on Sunday. Prime Minister Stephen Harper was in the house at the time of the incident, but the Royal Canadian Mounted Police says he was never in danger. Officers quickly intervened and arrested the woman, who reportedly simply wanted to meet the prime minister. The country house is located on Lake Mousseau, northeast of Canada's capital of Ottawa.

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