Canada: Osoyoos boat collision victims identified by friends - PressFrom - Canada
  •   
  •   
  •   

CanadaOsoyoos boat collision victims identified by friends

12:30  12 june  2019
12:30  12 june  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

Fatal Osoyoos Lake boat crash captured on surveillance video

Fatal Osoyoos Lake boat crash captured on surveillance video Witness from Lower Mainland says the two boats ‘plowed right into each other.’

Two men who died in a boating collision on Osoyoos Lake over the weekend have been identified . First responders and police were called to the lake around 7:14 p.m. on Saturday after witnesses reported seeing two boats colliding , between Highway 3 and Swiws Provincial Park.

Two men who died in a boating collision on Osoyoos Lake over the weekend have been identified . Nardwuar the Human Serviette’s closest friends and confidantes teamed up to secretly nominate the local media icon for the B.C. Entertainment Hall of Fame.

Osoyoos boat collision victims identified by friends© Credit: Facebook Ryan Ellison and Nick Trask have been identified as the victims of Saturday's boat collision on Osoyoos Lake.

Friends of the men who were killed Saturday night while boating on Osoyoos Lake have begun identifying the duo as long-time friends.

Nick Trask, 36, was from Maple Ridge and Ryan Ellison, 35, was living in Kamloops in recent years but was also originally from Maple Ridge, according to his Facebook profile.

READ MORE: Fatal Osoyoos Lake boat crash captured on surveillance video

Numerous friends of the two have begun replacing their social media profile pictures with a photo of the two on a lake.

Two men dead, three people in hospital after boats collide on B.C. lake

Two men dead, three people in hospital after boats collide on B.C. lake OSOYOOS, B.C. — The bodies of two men have been recovered from Osoyoos Lake in British Columbia's southern Okanagan, following a high-speed collision between two power boats. Osoyoos RCMP Sgt. Jason Bayda says a specialized police dive team located the bodies of a 35-year-old Kamloops man and a 36-year-old Maple Ridge man on Sunday evening. The men were aboard a boat that witnesses say flew into the air and immediately sank after T-boning another boat on the lake just south of Osoyoos. Three men in the second vessel managed to cling to a portion of its hull and were rescued by other boaters who rushed to assist.

+ The coroner’s office has released the name of a woman killed when two personal watercraft collided on Osoyoos Lake. The incident happened last Friday on the north side of the lake peninsula. The other personal watercraft was being operated by a 24-year-old man from New Westminster.

The bodies of two men have been recovered from Osoyoos Lake following a boat collision on Saturday evening. First responders were first called to the lake around 7:14 p.m. on Saturday, according to B.C. Emergency Health Services spokesman Vincent Chou.

Many of them are friends of a profile set up by Ellison called "Walter Bouy".

Also watch: Eyewitness describes 'horrific' boat crash on Osoyoos Lake

The profile documents boating and off-roading exploits.

READ MORE: RCMP recover bodies, boats after fatal collision on Osoyoos Lake

Ellison leaves behind a wife and three young boys.

His younger brother Clayton Ellison died in 2013 while off-roading in Hope.

RCMP continue to investigate the collision between the boat carrying the two men and an aluminum boat carrying three other men, who were seriously injured.

Vancouver police looking for more victims after alleged random punching spree.
Police said they responded to several reports of a man punching people without provocation outside Waterfront Station last Tuesday. Vancouver police are looking for additional victims of a man accused of going on a random punching spree outside Wa According to police, the alleged spree happened around 8:30 p.m. on May 28. READ MORE: Vancouver police issue warning after string of random, unprovoked assaults Police said they responded to several reports of a man punching people without provocation. Police allege at least five people were punched by the man.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 126
This is interesting!