Alberta: Paramedic responding to car crash later learns dying teen was her daughter
by The Canadian Parvasi
Jayme Erickson, an Alberta paramedic, on November 15 responded to a car crash outside Airdrie, Alta. It was only later that she learned that the deceased victim she attended to was her own daughter.
Speaking on the loss of her daughter, Montana, Erickson said, “She meant the world to all of us…This tragedy is not only felt here, in this community but it’s felt across the province and maybe the country.”
After getting the news of a car crash, the Airdrie paramedic reached the sight of the crash, where she treated the severely injured teen, who was then airlifted to Foothills Medical Centre. She later died while at the medical facility.