OPP release names of victims in Pic River First Nation Motor Vehicle Accident

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THUNDER BAY – The OPP have released the names of the people who died in a tragic motor vehicle accident on Sunday night. The accident happened on Highway 672, about ten kilometres south of Highway 17 on the Pic River First Nation at about 10:25PM Sunday. A car and a truck collided on the road according to OPP.

Police have now released the names of the four victims killed in a fatal motor vehicle collision along Highway 672.

The deceased are:

• Jaret LeClair – aged 20
• Greg Nabigon – aged 36
• Jordan Nabigon – aged 22
• Kody Nabigon – aged 17

The OPP state that all of the people who were involved in the accident were from Pic River First Nation. The drivers of both vehicles, and two passengers in the car were pronounced dead at the scene.

Police have identified the victims as:

• Jaret LeClair, 20
• Greg Nabigon, 36
• Jordan Nabigon ,22
• Kody Nabigon, 17

A woman who was in the truck was taken to the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre. Her condition is listed as serious condition. A seventeen year old male who was a passenger in the car was treated and released Sunday night from hospital in Marathon.

For anybody who wants to help the families of the Hwy 627 crash there is a trust account for the Jaret Leclair, Greg Nabigon, Jordan Nabigon, and Kody Nabigon families. You can go into any TD Branch to make a donation. The branch number is 6080 and account number is 6258296.

The thoughts and prayers from the NetNewsledger team go out to the friends and family of the victims.