Garrett Normoyle Obituary, North Bay Man Killed In Snow Machine Collision

Garrett Normoyle Obituary, Death – The victim who passed away early Sunday evening as a result of injuries sustained in an accident involving a snow machine has been identified by the Ontario Provincial Police. The incident involved the victim being involved in a collision with the snow machine. The victim was involved in a collision with the snow machine when the incident occurred. The unfortunate occurrence took place on a Sunday evening, somewhere around 6:00 o’clock. The incident took place in the early hours of the evening, just after six o’clock.

Only Garrett Normoyle, who was 28 years old at the time of the accident that took place in Redbridge and resulted in his death, was riding in the motorized snow vehicle that was involved in the collision that resulted in his passing. The accident that took place in Redbridge resulted in his passing. In the end, he passed away as a result of injuries sustained in an accident. At approximately 4:49 in the afternoon, on a trail that is located at the end of North River Road in Redbridge, the operator of a snow machine was ejected from the vehicle, which resulted in the operator sustaining an injury. As a consequence of this, the individual who was controlling the snow machine wound up calling the Redbridge police department to report what had transpired.

The snowmobile all-terrain vehicle vessel enforcement unit of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) arrived on the scene not long after the Phelps Fire Department and the Nipissing District emergency medical services had arrived on the scene. A press release that was issued by the police on Monday evening included the sentence “Normyle was transported by EMS to an area hospital, but they later succumbed to their injuries.” This sentence was included in the press release that was issued by the police. There is now official word on the matter. During the course of the investigation that is being carried out right now, the Traffic Incident Management and Enforcement Team of the Ontario Provincial Police is providing assistance. The Ontario Provincial Police are the ones responsible for carrying out this investigation at the moment.

 

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