Minister Extends Sympathy

first_imgHealth Minister Chris d’Entremont extended his deepest sympathy to the family of Kim Linette Baker, the 53-year-old woman who died on Sept. 17 after an ambulance accident on Highway 103. “This was a tragic accident, and I am deeply saddened,” said Mr. d’Entremont. “My condolences go out to Ms. Baker’s family and friends at this difficult time.” Ms. Baker was being transported in the ambulance at the time of the accident. The minister also offered his support to the two paramedics who were injured in the single-vehicle accident. “My thoughts are with them and I wish them a speedy and complete recovery,” he said. Mr. d’Entremont thanked the emergency responders who provided assistance at the scene and said that the government will do everything it can to determine the cause of the accident. “Nova Scotia has one of the world’s leading systems in the provision of pre-hospital care,” he said. “We will work with investigators to find out the cause of the accident.”last_img

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