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Man who killed soldier Patrice Vincent wanted more victims: Quebec coroner

This undated photo provided by the Department of National Defense, shows Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent.
This undated photo provided by the Department of National Defense, shows Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent. AP Photo/Department of National Defense

A coroner says a Quebec man who killed a Canadian Forces warrant officer in 2014 wanted more victims.

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Patrice Vincent, 53, was killed in the parking lot of a shopping mall in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu when Martin Couture-Rouleau plowed into him and a fellow soldier, who survived.

Couture-Rouleau had known jihadist sympathies.

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Coroner Andre Dandavino’s report contains excerpts from a conversation Couture-Rouleau had with a 911 operator just minutes after Vincent’s death.

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Prime minister-designate Justin Trudeau and Prime Minister Stephen Harper place a wreath during a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the attack on Parliament Hill Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2015 at the National War Memorial in Ottawa.
Prime minister-designate Justin Trudeau and Prime Minister Stephen Harper place a wreath during a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the attack on Parliament Hill Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2015 at the National War Memorial in Ottawa. Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press
Governor General David Johnston pays his respects after laying a wreath during a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the attack on Parliament hill Thursday Oct. 22, 2015 at the National War Memorial in Ottawa.
Governor General David Johnston pays his respects after laying a wreath during a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the attack on Parliament hill Thursday Oct. 22, 2015 at the National War Memorial in Ottawa. Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press
Prime Minister Stephen Harper, left, and Justin Trudeau, prime minister-designate of Canada, lay a wreath at a ceremonial service on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015 to commemorate the attack on and the lives of Corporal Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper, left, and Justin Trudeau, prime minister-designate of Canada, lay a wreath at a ceremonial service on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015 to commemorate the attack on and the lives of Corporal Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent. Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press
Members of the Cirillo family attend a ceremonial service on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015 to commemorate the attack on and the lives of Corporal Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent.
Members of the Cirillo family attend a ceremonial service on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015 to commemorate the attack on and the lives of Corporal Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent. Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press
Prime Minister Stephen Harper shakes the hand of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's son, Marcus, before a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the attack on Parliament Hill Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2015 at the National War Memorial in Ottawa.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper shakes the hand of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's son, Marcus, before a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the attack on Parliament Hill Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2015 at the National War Memorial in Ottawa. Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press
Prime Minister Stephen Harper, left, and Justin Trudeau, prime minister-designate of Canada, attend a ceremonial service on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015 to commemorate the attack on and the lives of Corporal Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper, left, and Justin Trudeau, prime minister-designate of Canada, attend a ceremonial service on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015 to commemorate the attack on and the lives of Corporal Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent. Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper, his wife Laureen, and Justin Trudeau, prime minister-designate of Canada, and his wife, Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau, attend a ceremonial service on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015 to commemorate the attack on and the lives of Corporal Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper, his wife Laureen, and Justin Trudeau, prime minister-designate of Canada, and his wife, Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau, attend a ceremonial service on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015 to commemorate the attack on and the lives of Corporal Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent. Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press
Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's sister Nicole looks on as Cirillo's son Marcus looks down at a memorial plaque after placing a wreath during a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the attack on Parliament Hill, Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2015 at the National War Memorial 2015.
Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's sister Nicole looks on as Cirillo's son Marcus looks down at a memorial plaque after placing a wreath during a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the attack on Parliament Hill, Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2015 at the National War Memorial 2015. Fred Chartrand/The Canadian Press
Governor General David Johnston inspects the guard as he arrives for a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the attack on Parliament Hill Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2015 at the National War Memorial in Ottawa.
Governor General David Johnston inspects the guard as he arrives for a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the attack on Parliament Hill Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2015 at the National War Memorial in Ottawa. Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press
Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's son Marcus (left) and his cousin Cameron are seen during a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the attack on Parliament Hill Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2015 at the National War Memorial in Ottawa.
Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's son Marcus (left) and his cousin Cameron are seen during a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the attack on Parliament Hill Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2015 at the National War Memorial in Ottawa. Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press
A sentry stands on guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier as Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's mother, Kathy, kisses Cameron Cirillo as his sister Nicole Cirillo holds Marcus Cirillo during a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the attack on Parliament Hill Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2015 at the National War Memorial in Ottawa.
A sentry stands on guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier as Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's mother, Kathy, kisses Cameron Cirillo as his sister Nicole Cirillo holds Marcus Cirillo during a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the attack on Parliament Hill Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2015 at the National War Memorial in Ottawa. Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press
Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's sisters Nicole (left) and Natasha look on as Cirillo's son Marcus places a wreath at a memorial plaque during a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the attack on Parliament Hill, Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015 at the National War Memorial.
Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's sisters Nicole (left) and Natasha look on as Cirillo's son Marcus places a wreath at a memorial plaque during a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the attack on Parliament Hill, Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015 at the National War Memorial. Fred Chartrand/The Canadian Press
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Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's mother Cathy holds Cirillo's nephew Cameron at a memorial plaque after placing a wreath during a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the attack on Parliament Hill, Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015 at the National War Memorial.
Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's mother Cathy holds Cirillo's nephew Cameron at a memorial plaque after placing a wreath during a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the attack on Parliament Hill, Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015 at the National War Memorial. Fred Chartrand/The Canadian Press

The report says Couture-Rouleau called 911 and said he was not going to surrender because he might run into another soldier and that he would kill him.

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Earlier, Couture-Rouleau tried to attack a police officer, while Dandavino noted he later had two knives in his hand as he tried to charge another officer before he was killed.