Cameron Nandoo Death – A boy has died following a deadly traffic accident that happened last night. The victim has been identified as Cameron Nandoo. According to reports, Cameron Nandoo, who played for Markham FC Lightning 2007 boys program under coach Rene Martin passed away from injuries sustained in the accident. No further information was mentioned. The details surrounding the accident were not stated.
Markham Soccer Club released a statement regarding the passing of one of their member, Cameron Nandoo:
It is with a heavy heart and sadness that the Markham Soccer Club announces the tragic passing of a member of the Markham FC family. Cameron Nandoo played for our Markham FC Lightning 2007 boys program under coach Rene Martin. He was involved in a traffic accident last evening and will be sorely missed by everyone who crossed Cameron’s path.
Cameron Nandoo obituary and funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by the family.
Related story: 2 dead, 1 seriously injured in Markham crash
In a tragic incident on Monday morning in Markham, York Regional Police reported that two men lost their lives, and a woman sustained severe injuries in a collision. The crash occurred at approximately 6:30 a.m. at the intersection of Bloomington Road and 9th Line when a red Toyota Corolla and a dark maroon Mercedes SUV collided.
Regrettably, the two men, both residents of Markham and occupants of the Corolla, were pronounced deceased at the crash site. On the other hand, the Markham woman, who was driving the Mercedes, was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries.
As of now, the police have not provided any information regarding the cause of the accident. Investigators are urging any witnesses who have not yet come forward to speak with the police or anyone possessing dashcam footage to reach out to the authorities or provide information to Crime Stoppers.
Markham is a city in the Regional Municipality of York, Ontario, Canada. It is approximately 30 km northeast of Downtown Toronto. In the 2021 Census, Markham had a population of 338,503, which ranked it the largest in York Region, fourth largest in the Greater Toronto Area, and 16th largest in Canada.
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