Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Woman, Her Mother and 2 Kids Die in Collision on Highway West of Timmins, Ont

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Woman, Her Mother and 2 Kids Die in Collision on Highway West of Timmins, Ont

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4 killed in northeastern Ontario collision

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SOUTH PORCUPINE, Ont. - A northern Ontario First Nation is mourning the "terrible loss" of a 29-year-old pregnant mother, her two young sons and the children's grandmother in a collision.

Ontario Provincial Police say the four members of a Chapleau, Ont., family died in a collision Thursday morning on Highway 101 in northeastern Ontario.

All four were in an SUV that collided with a tractor-trailer about 70 kilometres west of Timmins, Ont., police said.

They were identified by police on Friday as Aynsley MacLeod, her children Jamaal MacLeod-Nakogee and Kruz Nakogee -- aged 10 and 3 -- and 61-year-old Paulette MacLeod.

"We were devastated with the news," Nishnawbe Aski Nation Deputy Grand Chief Anna Betty Achneepineskum said in a release. …

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