Kevin Vandevyvere Death – Kevin Vandevyvere has passed away. He was confirmed dead on Friday, the 12th of May 2023. He died leaving his family friends and loved ones who will forever miss him heartbroken and devastated. The news of his death was announced through a social media post by Guelph Firefighters. The post reads: “Our hearts break to announce the sudden passing of Acting Captain Kevin Vandevyvere. Rest easy Brother. #RIP”
Read Tillonsburg Firefighters & Fire Dispatchers Associations statement mourning the death of Kevin Vandevyvere: “Our Fire Family is devastated to hear of the sudden passing of Guelph Firefighter Acting Captain Kevin Vandevyvere. Kevin started his career with Tillsonburg Fire Services. His dedication and sacrifices to our community and the community of Guelph will never be forgotten.”
What happened to Kevin Vandevyvere?
At the time of this publication, the circumstances surrounding Kevin Vandevyvere’s passing including his particular cause of death is yet to be released. The public will be updated as soon as this piece of information is made available. So far not further details have been determined. He will be greatly missed by all those who knew him and more by those who never did.
Kevin Vandevyvere obituary and funeral plans will be released by his family
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According to Wellington OPP, a two-vehicle collision on Highway 7 east of Wellington Road 29 resulted in one fatality. The Tuesday incident was reported to police soon after 4:30 p.m., according to police. According to reports, a white SUV and a blue passenger car crashed on Highway 7. The driver of the blue car, a 67-year-old Acton resident, was brought to a nearby hospital where they were declared dead.
According to the authorities, the SUV’s driver had minor injuries and was brought to a nearby hospital. According to OPP, Highway 7 will be shut down for a number of hours between Wellington Road 29 and Fourth and Third Lines. Drivers are urged to stay away from the area while police do their investigation. Call Wellington OPP if you witnessed the incident or the involved cars before it happened.
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