‘The obvious question is how’: Family of CP Rail worker killed in Port Coquitlam seeks answers
"He was not the kind of guy who was going to step outside of procedures and is going to end up in this kind of an accident," said Kirk McLean's brother-in-law.Kirk McLean, 56, had 32 years of service with CP. He was also a husband, the father of two boys and a hockey coach in his hometown of Mission.
A 33-year-old woman from Port Colborne is dead and six people are injured in a two-vehicle collision on Highway 3 early on Saturday, OPP said.
Officers were called to the Highway 3 and Miller Road intersection for reports of a collision just before 2 a.m.
OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt said a taxi with five occupants entered the intersection and collided with an SUV that had two occupants. One of the vehicles also struck a hydro pole and took down wires.
The 33-year-old woman was ejected from the taxi and died at the scene, Schmidt said.
Six other people were transported to hospital – all with non-life threatening or minor injuries, Schmidt said.
Nearly 3,300 illegal cannabis plants seized from former school in Cramahe Township: OPP
Nearly 3,300 illegal cannabis plants seized from former school in Cramahe Township: OPPOfficers executed a search warrant at the former South Cramahe Public School at the intersection of Little Lake Road and Purdy Road east of the town of Colborne.
The interaction has been closed while the OPP collision reconstruction team carries out an investigation.
Fatal crash/Miller Rd 1:53 am
Taxi with 5 occupants collided with a SUV at intersection.
1 pass. from taxi ejected and sustained fatal injuries.
6 others sent to hospital with minor injuries.
Deceased - 33 year old female frompronounced dead at the scene. —
'A heart for lonely people': Seafarers' mission eases homesickness at Christmastime .
'A heart for lonely people': Seafarers' mission eases homesickness at ChristmastimeFew people likely experience that feeling more than the crew of an ocean-going ship, something the manager of the Saint John Seafarers' Mission sees a lot this time of year.