Child’s death is second fatality in propane truck crash

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A three-year-old girl died after being injured in a collision involving a vehicle she was in and a propane truck on November 30.

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A death notice for Erika Anjulie Joseph indicated that she died on December 10. Her 27-year-old father, Brandon Joseph, was pronounced dead in hospital after the 8:30 a.m. crash along Gray Road 17 at Copper Kettle in Georgian Bluffs.

The Ontario Provincial Police confirmed the deaths of the girls in a press release Thursday.

The child’s death notice said Erika was airlifted to London Children’s Hospital, where she died despite efforts to save her. Her “last gift” was to Trillium Gift of Life Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation.

“She was the best of all of us and brought so much joy to our family every moment of her life. Erika was our shooting star, ”her review said. “Her life was illuminating, leaving a significant impact on us all, etched into our souls forever.”

A private family funeral service will be held, depending on the notice. Donations can be arranged by contacting Erb & Good Family Funeral Home in Waterloo, Ontario at or by calling 519-745-8445.

Police said Brandon Joseph was driving a passenger car that collided with a propane truck. Police said the truck driver’s injuries were not life threatening.

A funeral notice announcing the death of Brandon Joseph indicated that a private family service would be arranged for him at a later date.

An investigation into the accident is continuing, the OPP said.

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