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Paramedic treats daughter in deadly crash in Canada

A Canadian paramedic had no concept she had handled her badly disfigured daughter in a automotive crash — till police got here to her house to inform her the teenager had died.

Montana Erickson, 17, was a passenger in an out-of-control automotive that collided with an oncoming truck on Nov. 15 on an icy street close to Airdrie, Alberta.

Montana’s mother, Jayme Erickson, was summoned to the scene. However the teen was so badly disfigured, Erickson had no concept who she was.

Erickson was with Montana till she was extricated from the automotive and airlifted to a hospital, and “unknowingly was holding her personal daughter alive,” mentioned good friend and flight paramedic Richard Reed.

Minutes after Erickson got home from her shift, Royal Canadian Mounted Police had been at her house to tell her Montana had been injured within the crash.

“The critically injured affected person I had simply attended to, was my very own flesh and blood. My solely baby. My mini-me. My daughter, Montana,” Erickson wrote on Facebook. “Her injures had been so horrific I didn’t even acknowledge her.”

On the hospital, Erickson mentioned she was instructed her daughter’s accidents “weren’t appropriate with life.”

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Remembered by her mother as a “humorous lady” who “fiercely cherished her family and friends,” Montana hoped to in the future name herself a lawyer, CTV News Calgary reported.

“She was a fighter and she or he fought till the day that she died and she or he was stunning,” mentioned Erickson, who was the primary individual on scene on the crash.

“She was so stunning If she ever put an effort into something she would all the time succeed at it,” Erickson instructed reporters whereas surrounded by different emergency personnel in a present of assist.

Paramedic Jayme Erickson, center, who was called to a crash last week and didn't know she was trying to save her own daughter because the injuries were too severe, is comforted by her husband Sean Erickson, center right, and friends as she speaks to the media in Airdrie, Alberta on Tuesday.

{The teenager} will reside on via serving to others as an organ donor, her mom mentioned.

“Montana was capable of give one final reward,” Erickson mentioned of her daughter being a donor, noting that two of her organs have already been donated and “had been life-saving.”

“We’re so joyful to know that our child lady resides on via others,” Erickson mentioned. “Within the wake of this tragedy, she has saved others.”

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