The accident happened on November 15 in the city of Airdrie, located north of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Jayme Erickson, an ambulance worker who went to the scene after the accident, found two injured people trapped in the damaged car. Erickson, who intervened with an ambulance to the 17-year-old girl who was taken out of the damaged vehicle, could not understand that the seriously injured young woman was his own daughter. The event social Erickson explained in the media account, “As an emergency worker, my biggest nightmare happened. Casualty emergency medical was taken by helicopter to Foothills Medical Center. I went home after my shift. Then there was a knock on my door and my life changed forever. “I found out that the seriously injured person I was treating was my daughter Montana, who was my life and blood,” he said.
Ann Erickson, who stated that her daughter was seriously injured after the accident and could not recognize her own daughter due to her injuries, said, “Her injuries were so terrible that I could not even recognize her. I was then taken to Foothills Medical Center to see my daughter and learned that she was going to die. Today I said goodbye to my little girl. 17 years was not long enough. Although I am grateful for the 17 years I had with him, I am devastated. “I will never see him graduate or get married,” he said.