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Canada Wife of former Leeds-Grenville MPP, senator dies after collision in Brockville hospital parking lot

09:15  14 february  2020
09:15  14 february  2020 Source:   ottawacitizen.com

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a person wearing a suit and tie smiling at the camera: Senator Bob Runciman is greeted by his wife, Jeannette, after his swearing-in ceremony on Parliament Hill in 2010.© Postmedia Senator Bob Runciman is greeted by his wife, Jeannette, after his swearing-in ceremony on Parliament Hill in 2010.

Jeannette Runciman, wife of former senator and Leeds-Grenville MPP Bob Runciman, died in a collision in the Brockville General Hospital parking lot on Thursday, Brockville police have confirmed.

Deputy Police Chief Mark Noonan said late Thursday night the incident happened around 2 p.m. and police are still investigating.

A motor vehicle collided with a pedestrian, whom police identified as Jeannette Runciman, said Noonan, adding that witnesses at the scene tried to help.

Bob Runciman was with her at the time, but was not injured, the deputy chief said.

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“There was immediate aid rendered, both by the witnesses in the area and obviously by hospital staff,” Noonan said. “Unfortunately, it was unsuccessful.”

Noonan had no further details Thursday night, stressing the investigation was still in its preliminary stages.

He urged any witnesses to the tragedy to call Staff Sgt. Tom Fournier at the Brockville Police Service, at 613-342-0127.

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