Katrina Blagdon Cause Of Death, Obituary Not Yet available – This Friday, Niagara Falls will be illuminated in green in honor of Katrina Blagdon, a St. Catharines veteran who was discovered dead in the waters of Port Dalhousie last week.
According to thoroldtoday.ca, Between 10:15 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. on Friday, Niagara Falls will become green, a color that represents Katrina Blagdon’s prior military service and the banner of the tens of thousands of supporters and friends who make up ‘Trina’s Army.’ A live broadcast of the exhibit can be accessible here for those who are unable to attend in person.
The four-month hunt for Blagdon, 37, came to a tragic conclusion last Wednesday when her body was discovered in the lock of the Heywood Generating Station in Port Dalhousie by hydro workers from St. Catharines. On Tuesday, May 10, a post-mortem in Toronto confirmed the identification.
According to the family, some possessions believed to be Blagdon’s were discovered stuck in 12 Mile Creek near the Wellandvale Bridge earlier this week. No foul play is suspected, according to Niagara Regional Police. Katrina Blagdon leaves two teenage sons in her wake.