Tragic Loss: Bonnyville Resident Succumbs to Injuries in Serious Collision

A single-vehicle crash southwest of Bonnyville, Alberta on Sunday has resulted in one death and left another person seriously injured.

Bonnyville RCMP said the collision occurred around 5:30 p.m. on Highway 28 near Township Road 603. A 55-year-old female passenger from Bonnyville sadly passed away from her wounds.

The 44-year-old female driver, also from Bonnyville, sustained major injuries and remains hospitalized in Edmonton. An RCMP collision reconstructionist is investigating the cause of the devastating crash.

Bonnyville resident succumbs to injuries in serious collision

Family members of the deceased woman have started a GoFundMe to help with expenses as they grieve this sudden loss. Heartfelt condolences have poured in from the small tight-knit community.

While the circumstances are still unclear, the grief of losing a cherished member of town weighs heavily. Police continue to probe the troubling single-vehicle incident that led to such tragedy on an Alberta highway.

For now, the priority rests on supporting the mourning family and driver as she recovers from severe injuries in the aftermath of the horrific collision.

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