Abakar Kazbekov, a forward for the London Knights, has died after falling from an apartment building in downtown London on Saturday morning.
At 8:20 a.m., the London Police Service was told that Kazbekov’s body was on a sidewalk at the corner of Dufferin Avenue and Talbot Street. They then sent officers to the scene. When the police got to the stage, he was already dead. The Major Crime Section said they are still looking into the case, but they don’t think anyone did anything wrong.
So far, four Ontario Hockey League games supposed to happen on Saturday have been canceled. One of those games was between the Knights and the Flint Firebirds.
“Abakar has been a valuable team member since 2021,” the Knights said in a statement. “His family, friends, and teammates are in our thoughts.”
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In honor of the 18-year-old, Kazbekov’s teammates and the Knights changed their social media profile pictures to his number 15.
There will also be limits on where you can park. Some people who live in Staveley will not have to wait for an hour or 30 minutes on Main Street.
“I think that they [the parking rules] should stop people from coming and parking on Main Street all day and then going for a walk, catching the train, or doing other things like that,” said Cllr Collins. “Once, someone parked one of those big Winnebagos right in front of the post office.
“There have been many other times when people from outside the village had to come shopping in the village.” The parking rules and speed limits will start on December 19.