On January 11, 2023, a two-vehicle accident in Ontario claimed the life of a victim who has been identified as Haydn Charbonneau. East of Thunder Bay, at Dorion, Highway 11/17 was the scene of a two-vehicle collision. A South Porcupine, Ontario resident, later named by the authorities as Haydn Charbonneau, 18, died as a result of the collision. Following his passing on Tuesday, his family permitted the authorities to reveal his name.
Who was Haydn Charbonneau?
The victim of January 11, 2023, two-vehicle accident in Ontario has been named Haydn Charbonneau. East of Thunder Bay, at Dorion, on Highway 11/17, there was a collision involving two automobiles.
A resident of South Porcupine, Ontario, later named Haydn Charbonneau, 18, died as a result of the collision. After he passed away on Tuesday, his family members permitted the authorities to release his name.
According to the statement below, it was learned that the victim was a hockey player, and his team is saddened by his passing.
It is with heavy hearts that the PMHA FAMILY learns of the sudden passing of Haydn “Charby” Charbonneau. As the Charbonneau family Paul, Jennifer, Ryker, friends, and teammates of Haydn navigate the hours and days to come, we wish to express our sincere sympathies and condolences. We are all heartbroken and you remain in our thoughts. “We are only teammates for a short period of time, but we are family forever” GOD SPEED Haydn
Ontario Highway 11/17 car accident: What happened to Haydn?
Two pickup trucks apparently collided at around 5 o’clock not far from Dorion Loop Road. Charbonneau, the driver of one of the cars, was declared deceased at the scene of the collision. Two people were taken to the hospital with injuries that were not immediately clear, and other passengers had to be cut free from the cars.
Following the collision, the highway was closed for most of the day. The crash’s circumstances are currently being investigated by the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP).
Other emergency services that responded to the incident were Superior North EMS, the Dorion-Hurkett Volunteer Fire Department, and surrounding fire departments.
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