Dead american snowmobile : the aid has been requested too late
Thursday, 25 January 2018 09:13
Thursday, January 25, 2018 10:13
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The emergency services have put over 100 minutes to arrive on the scene of an accident that claimed the lives of an american tourist in the Laurentides wildlife reserve in march 2016, takes note of the report of the coroner who concluded that the death was due to a multiple trauma suffered during the collision.
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These are the conclusions of Dr. John E. Brochu, the office of the coroner, regarding the death of Glenn Dumont, which occurred on march 2, 2016.
According to the report, the police officers of the Sûreté du Québec have received the request response 35 minutes after the accident.
The accident occurred at 11: 35 pm. The victim has stopped breathing about 45 minutes later, around 12: 20 pm.
The first cpr were made by a police officer.
The coroner made no recommendation in its report.
However, the accident has caused much ink to flow, the ambulance men have refused to visit the scene of the collision, more than three kilometres of The Stage.
The Corporation of emergency medical technicians (CTAQ) was expressed, suggesting that paramedics are subject to a departmental protocol, and that they have obligations before working in ways that are not passable.
The ministry of public Security has subsequently established a framework of protocols for local involvement with the MRC, to ensure that the interventions, in situations of this type, take place a better.
More details to come…