Friday , November 27 2020

UPDATE: Incident at Christmas Eve in Yarmouth prolongs child's life Regional | News

YARMOUTH – At 6:58 am on November 24, the RCMP city of Yarmouth responded to Starrs Rd's incident. in Yarmouth during the Christmas parade. A 4-year-old girl has fallen into a parade floating in the parade, leading to his transport from EHS to the Yarmouth Regional Hospital. Shortly after arriving at the hospital, she was declared dead.

Public Information Officer Cpl. Dal Hutchinson says the investigation is ongoing. For anyone who has witnessed this tragic event, he advises to contact support services.

"Our thoughts are in the child's family at this difficult time," he said.


If you are a witness and you have to talk to someone:

211 is a free, confidential information and service service that can link you to thousands of programs and services provided by local communities, NGOs, and government departments in Nova Scotia. It is available throughout the province – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year – by dialing "2-1-1" to talk to a suitable staff member by searching for an easy-to-use online database at www.ns.211 .caor text messages 21167.

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