Alisha Ouellette Death – A woman has died following a deadly car accident that happened on Monday, the 5th of June 2023. The victim has been identified as Alisha Ouellette, a resident of Lacombe, Alberta. According to reports, Alisha Ouellette, Independent Director at Alisha Ouellette, Director at Thirty One Gifts passed away from injuries sustained in the horrible automobile crash. No further information was mentioned. The details surrounding the accident were not stated. She lived in North Red Deer, Alberta, Canada.
Lacombe Farmers Market released a statement regarding the passing of Alisha Ouellette, the Independent Director at Thirty One Gifts:
It is with great sadness we share this post: We have lost a very important member of the Lacombe Farmers Market family, Alisha Ouellette. We all have extremely strong memories with Alisha – she always made every vendor feel special and always reached out to our new vendors to let them know how great a job they were all doing.
The family will release an obituary and funeral arrangements for Alisha Ouellette.
Related story: Red Deer woman killed in two-vehicle collision northwest of Barrhead
On June 5, a collision involving two vehicles occurred on Highway 763 near Tiger Lily. Sadly, a 47-year-old woman from Red Deer passed away at the scene of the accident. Her 21-year-old son, who was with her, was airlifted by STARS Air Ambulance to Edmonton due to his injuries. Additionally, the driver of the other vehicle, an 89-year-old resident of Fort Assiniboine, was also injured and transported to Edmonton by ground ambulance after initially being taken to the Barrhead Healthcare Centre.
A collision reconstructionist conducted an investigation, however, the results have not yet been released. The collision led to the temporary closure of Highway 763. The road was reopened several hours later, as indicated by a BARCC alert issued at 7 p.m. by Sgt. Bob Dodds of the Barrhead RCMP.
Lacombe is a city in central Alberta, Canada. It is located approximately 25 kilometres north of Red Deer, the nearest major city, and 125 kilometres south of Edmonton, the nearest metropolitan area.
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