A woman of 19 years was killed in a violent traffic crash involving a truck up to 53 feet to the New, in the Gaspé peninsula, on Tuesday.
The sad crash occurred at around 16: 30 on route 132, at the intersection of the route de Miguasha.
According to the Sûreté du Québec, the girl, Annabelle Ferland, a native of Saint-Omer Carleton-sur-Mer, was leaving a parking lot and entering route 132.
A truck loaded with wood chips, which was circulating at the same time in the westbound direction on the provincial road, crashed into his vehicle on the passenger side.
The truck overturned following the shock. The emergency services have had to use the jaws of life to get the young motorist out of his car, where she was the only person on board.
It has been brought to the hospital, where his death has unfortunately been found.
The police investigation continues to determine the causes and circumstances of the tragedy.
“Everything leads us to believe [that the victim] would not, likely, not seen the” truck crossing road 132, explains the spokesperson for the SQ, Claude Doiron.
The 132 road had to be closed for several hours to leave to the investigators to study the scene.