A girl who was injured four years ago when a minivan plowed into a rural Alberta school, killing one student, has died.
An obituary says 15-year-old Maddie Guitard died Wednesday surrounded by family at her home in St. Paul, east of Edmonton.
A memorial service is planned for Monday.
Court heard that the driver, 46-year-old Richard Benson, had had a seizure during the crash and shouldn’t have been driving.
He had been having seizures for about a decade, but rarely took his prescribed medication to prevent the attacks. He also lied on driver’s licence applications when he said he had no medical condition that would affect his ability to control a vehicle.