Haydn Charbonneau Death – Haydn Charbonneau has been identified as the victim who passed away after Ontario two-vehicle accident on Tuesday, January 11, 2023. The crash involving two vehicles occurred on Highway 11/17 at Dorion, which is located east of Thunder Bay. The collision led to the death of a citizen of South Porcupine, Ontario later identified by the officials as 18-year-old Haydn Charbonneau. The family members gave the permission to the officials to share his name after he died on Tuesday.
Ontario Highway 11/17 car accident
Haydn Charbonneau was released by the Ontario Provincial Police and is Haydn Charbonneau. The collision involving two pickup trucks reportedly occurred at 5 p.m. close to the Dorion Loop Road. At the scene of the accident, Charbonneau, who had been driving one of the vehicle, was pronounced dead. Other passengers had to be cut free from the automobiles, and two people were brought to the hospital with injuries that could not be immediately determined.
The highway was shut down for the better part of the day after the crash. The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are still looking into the circumstances surrounding the crash. The Dorion-Hurkett Volunteer Fire Department, neighboring fire departments, and Superior North EMS were among the other emergency agencies that responded to the crash.
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Haydn Charbonneau obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by family
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