An Ottawa ambulance rushed a young girl from the home of the prime minister over the weekend after the teenager reportedly suffered from severe intoxication while attending an event at the premises.
The RCMP confirmed to Yahoo Canada News they were aware Ottawa EMS attended 24 Sussex Drive – the official residence of Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his family – but said the incident would not be investigated by police.
"The RCMP's role is to ensure the personal protection of the (prime minister) and his family. The RCMP is also responsible for security at their official residence," a spokesperson wrote in an email.
"This was a medical call and not a police matter. It did not involve any of our protectees."
The Ottawa Paramedic Service told the Globe and Mail that an 18-year-old girl was taken by ambulance from 24 Sussex Drive to hospital after suffering "possible alcohol intoxication" at an event.
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