What happened to Justin Crowe? How did hockey player Justin Crowe die?

What happened to Justin Crowe?

Justin Crowe and Sarah Bradbury are the two victims of a car accident on Road 23. On 9 July 2022 there was a car accident on County Road near Ameliasburg. One vehicle collided. Sarah Bradbury and Justin Crowe from Bellville, Ontario, are mourned by their close friends and family. He was a promising hockey player.

Cause of Death of Justin Crowe

Justin Crowe was a 19-year-old Canadian man who was driving with his girlfriend, Sarah Bradbury. Unfortunately, they ran into a car collision, and were pronounced dead by the police. Justin Crowe was a junior hockey player who played with the Frankford Huskies in the PJHL’s debut season. Membership also paid tribute to him, and they all expressed grief that he had passed away.

Justin Crowe died in a car accident

Holly McMurter informed the public that a memorial service for Justin Crowe will take place on July 17th at 1 p.m. Memorial service will take place at Ameliasburg Town Hall/Roblin Lake. He is described as an intelligent and passionate person. Country Road 23 has been closed due to the collision. The investigation is still going on.

How did hockey player Justin Crowe die?

Justin Crowe was killed in a car collision with his girlfriend. The accident happened on Saturday morning at 11:30. According to the preliminary investigation of the police, the vehicle veered off the road and fell into the ditch. The coroners at the crash site declared him brought dead on site.

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Justin Crowe was a member of the Frankford Huskies Junior C Hockey Club during his first season (2021–22) in the PJHL. The club has said that they will miss him. Picton Pirates said, “The Picton Pirates organization @FrankfordJrC would like to extend its condolences and prayers to the families/friends of player and Prince Edward County native Justin Crowe and his girlfriend Sarah, who passed away in a tragic accident over the weekend. We are at a loss for words.”

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