The paramedic had intervened during a car accident. The victim, Montana, 17, was disfigured by the violence of the shock.
“I’m broken, a part of me is missingJayme Erickson, Canadian Paramedic Experienced Real Tragedy on November 15, 2022, Reportedly The Guardian. The disfigured car accident victim he had struggled to save for half an hour, and finally succumbed to his injuries, turned out to be his daughter.
When she arrived at the scene of the crash, an icy stretch of Alberta highway on Nov. 15, Jayme Erickson immediately attended to a teenage girl with severe body injuries. The girl was in the car with a friend. She the latter had lost control of her vehicle, which had been hit by an oncoming truck. The driver survived.
The disfigured victim was his daughter
It took Jayme Erickson half an hour to extract the young woman from the vehicle, and remained with her until a helicopter arrived to transport the victim to a nearby hospital in Clagary. At the end of his shift, the paramedic was greeted at her home by police officers who told her that her 17-year-old daughter Montana had been in an accident. Jayme quickly realized that she was the victim of her own intervention. Police added that given the teenager’s injuries, she was finally pulled the plug.
“The seriously injured patient I had just treated was my own flesh and blood. My only son. My little me. My daughter Montanahe wrote to family and friends in a Facebook post. “While I’m grateful for the 17 years I’ve spent with her, I’m broken and wondering. What would become of you, my child? Who would you have been?»
A swimmer emeritus, Montana was planning to start studying law. The girl made alast giftdonating his organstwo of which saved livesher mother added. “We know that’s what she would have wanted, and we are so proud of her, and she will be sorely missed.»
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