A screenshot of Jason Chénier-Beaulne's Facebook page. The photo was accompanied by a message that read: “If one day speed kills me, don't cry, because I was smiling.”
We invite […] young people to respectfully discuss among themselves to remind each other that no one is invincible and that speed kills, just like driving with impaired abilities, which is easily avoidable. Unfortunately, a tragedy like this is a brutal reminder that it doesn't just happen to others, said Patrick Kenney, spokesperson for the SPVG, in a press release.
It was a difficult return to class on Tuesday for students from the Cœur-des-Vallées School Service Center (CSSCV) who learned of the death of two former students of the center. Nearly three days after the tragedy, the shock is still strong in the community.
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