Government of British Columbia

Government of British Columbia

June 29, 2015 18:44 ET

Government of British Columbia: BC Coroners Service Identifies Victims of Motor Vehicle Incident

PRINCE GEORGE, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - June 29, 2015) -

For Immediate Release


June 29, 2015

Ministry of Justice

BC Coroners Service


BC Coroners Service identifies victims of motor vehicle incident

PRINCE GEORGE - The BC Coroners Service has confirmed the identities of two persons who died following a motor vehicle incident near Tete Jaune Cache on June 26, 2015.

They were Paul John Constantineau, aged 28, of Thorsby, a small community in central Alberta, and Jamie Kathleen Doornbosch, aged 29, of Kelowna.

Mr. Constantineau was the driver of, and Ms. Doornbosch a passenger in, a car which was heading eastbound on Highway 16 shortly after midnight on June 26, when, about 36 kilometres east of Tete Jaune Cache, the car left the roadway, entered a ditch and rolled. Both persons were deceased at the scene.

The BC Coroners Service and RCMP Traffic Services continue to investigate these deaths.

The families of the victims have been notified. On behalf of family members, the BC Coroners Service asks that the media respect their privacy at this difficult time.

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Contact Information

  • Donita Kuzma
    Regional Coroner, Northern Region
    BC Coroners Service
    250 565-6040