Motion Hearing Announced for Pending Inquest into the Deaths of Four Men After Helicopter Crash in Tweed

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Dr. Paul Dungey, Regional Supervising Coroner for East Region, Kingston Office, announced today that a motion will be heard related to the pending inquest into the deaths of Kyle Shorrock, Jeffrey Howes, James Baragar and Darcy Jansen.

Mr. Shorrock, 27; Mr. Howes, 26; Mr. Baragar, 39; and Mr. Jansen, 26, died on December 14, 2017, from injuries sustained when their helicopter crashed at a construction site in Tweed. An inquest into their deaths is mandatory under the Coroners Act.

The motion hearing will begin at 9 a.m. on Friday, December 16, 2022, with parties making their submissions remotely. Members of the public who wish to view the proceedings can do so live at the link provided below.

https://firstclassfacilitation.ca/office-of-the-chief-coroner/motion-hearing-in-regards-to-the-pending-inquest-into-the-deaths-of-Kyle-Shorrock-Jeffrey-Howes-James-Baragar-and-Darcy-Jansen/

Dr. David Eden, presiding officer for the inquest, will preside at the motion hearing. Jai Dhar is inquest counsel.

 

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