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A student from Quebec died in BC Highway crash

An 18-year-old student from Quebec is not expected to survive after being gravely injured in a crash between the bus she was riding on and a courier van.
18 years old-Quebec Older students are not expected to survive after being seriously injured in the clash between the bus she was on and Courier Van.

An 18-year-old passenger died after British Columbia. The route bus she was on was swayed by a courier van on Highway 3A near Castlegar.

At that time, 16 students from Quebec were visiting by bus. An 18-year-old woman was sitting next to her window, where a van crashed and was seriously injured.

"After classmates attempted first aid, the injured student was transferred to Trail Regional Hospital and then to Kelowna General Hospital, where they continue to sustain life," said RCMP Insp. Chad Budley of the statement. She is not expected to survive.

RCMP Victim Support and Counselors at Selkirk College are helping the students involved.

The courier van driver stayed at the scene.

Police say investigators are trying to figure out why the van driver crossed the centerline and are seeking information and video footage from several drivers behind the van. I am. The video from the bus shows three vehicles in particular. A blue 2-door coupe, a silver SUV, and an old gray Nissan Pathfinder.

B.C. John Horgan said his government was reaching out to provide assistance to the Government of Quebec.

If you have any information, please call British Columbia. Nelson highway patrol at 250-354-5180.

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