It wasn’t till Erickson bought house on the finish of the day that she was met by Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers, who advised her the affected person was her 17-year-old daughter, Montana.
Erickson shared her grief with reporters late Tuesday, describing her daughter as a hit at every thing she set her thoughts to, an avid swimmer who had aspirations of changing into a lawyer.
“She was a fighter and she fought until the day that she died and she was beautiful. She was so beautiful. If she ever put an effort into anything she would always succeed at it,” mentioned Erickson at an Airdrie firehall with household, paramedics, law enforcement officials and firefighters standing behind her in a present of help.
Richard Reed, a good friend and flight paramedic, broke down a lot of occasions as he recounted Erickson attending the scene the place a automotive had misplaced management and was struck by an oncoming truck.
Reed mentioned the driving force was capable of get out of the automotive however the feminine passenger was trapped with critical accidents. Erickson was the primary individual on the scene. He mentioned Erickson knew the woman was in hassle and sat there till she was extricated and transported to hospital by air ambulance, nonetheless unaware of who it was.
“On her way back she expressed her grief and frustration to her partner, knowing that later a family would likely lose their daughter, sister and grandchild. A short time after arriving home, there was a knock on the door. It was the RCMP,” Reed mentioned.
“On entering the room, to her horror, she found the girl that she had sat with in the back of the crumpled vehicle keeping alive, so the family could say goodbye, and due to the extent of her injuries was unrecognizable, was Jayme’s own daughter,” he added. “Jayme unknowingly was keeping her own daughter alive.”