A sentencing hearing has been set for a truck driver from Winnipeg who admitted to causing a deadly collision near Spalding, Saskatchewan in 2015.
The hearing for Normand Lavoie is set for August 22nd.
Lavoie pleaded guilty, in Melfort Court of Queen’s Bench yesterday (Tues) to 3 counts of dangerous driving causing death, and 1 count of dangerous driving causing bodily harm.
The crash that claimed the lives of 14-year-old Justin Gaja, 15-year-old Kristian Skalicky, and 17-year-old Carter Stevenson occurred on May 3rd, 2015.
In a construction zone on Highway 6 near Spalding, the 3 teens from Carrot River were returning home from a football camp when their car was rear-ended by a semi.
The force of the crash also injured a construction worker, Sam Fetherston from B.C.