Dawson Creek Obituary,  Death – The vehicle that was involved in the collision that took place close to Taylor on February 24 was driven by a man named Eric Phillip Haynal, who was 58 years old at the time of the collision that took place close to Taylor. The collision took place close to Taylor. During that period, he called the community of Dawson Creek his home. He was a resident there. On Friday, the British Columbia Coroners Service was able to produce evidence that could definitively establish the identity of the person who had passed away earlier in the week. Friday of that particular week was the day that the event took place.

When Haynal was driving a pickup truck on the southbound lane of Highway 97 near the area where 228 Road is located, he was involved in a collision with a tractor-trailer that was traveling in the northbound lane. Haynal’s vehicle was involved in the collision with the tractor-trailer. Haynal was thrown from his vehicle and taken to a medical facility for treatment of his injuries. Both vehicles were moving in the same general direction toward one another at the time, which brought them closer together. The fact that the roadway was closed for the majority of the day resulted in significant traffic backups throughout the course of the day. These backups were caused by the closure of the roadway. According to the conclusions of the medical examiner who was called to the scene of the accident, Haynal was pronounced dead at the scene of the collision, which took place in the wee hours of the morning.

The catastrophe didn’t take place until the wee hours of the morning, when everyone was already sound asleep at the time. His family has been informed of his passing, and they have expressed a desire to be given space and privacy during this trying time. They would appreciate it if the news could be kept from the public eye. They have requested that their identities be kept secret.