The boy, who was critically injured in a clash that killed his mother in Montreux last week, also died tragically on Sunday.
“Be quiet my angel. Grandma is going to love you for the rest of her life. You are now gone with the most beautiful angels of your mother angels I have already missed so much. Have a nice trip my angels ”, he wrote Magazine Stéphanie McComber, still deeply shocked by the loss of her daughter and grandson, can not say in person.
Little Derek Grontin, 2, was artificially alive from the horrific time of last Monday’s face-to-face encounter on Route 116, between Durham-Sud and Acton Vale.
That day, at 7:30 a.m., 23-year-old Erica McComber-Rosen was traveling with her two children for daycare in her black Mazda before heading to work at Tim Hortons in Acton Valley.
On the way, he lost control of his vehicle and collided head-on with Coca-Cola’s Cube truck. Violent trauma has no chance for the young mother.
His two children were seriously injured in the crash, which forced firefighters to intervene with the jaws of life.
The truck driver survived with minor injuries.
The boy is recovering
On Sunday afternoon, little Derek’s relatives resigned to prevent him from leaving.
His older sister, Hayley Crontin, 4, is now retiring to a stable position, which gives hope to the bereaved family.
“She is OK. She is in shock, but she breathes, drinks, and eats. She’s progressing every day, ”said Erica’s mother – in – law, Alain Girard.
Further, The crowdfunding campaign was started by a friend of the couple Raise funds to help the wife and their daughter Haley, the young driver who died.
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