Dreams of driving drugs are shattered

The life of a 34-year-old teacher who wanted to start a family was shattered by a drug driver, a real disaster that the relatives of the “brilliant” and “enthusiastic” young woman from Quebec wanted to denounce.

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Catherine Bilodeau and her two best friends were traveling on Route 359, in San Narcissus, Maurice, on May 22, after participating in a basketball tournament. As they approached a bend, they crossed tracks with a 42-year-old driver who veered off course and collided head-on with their vehicle, according to Sûreté du Québec.

The teacher died in a violent confrontation with a drug driver in May.

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The teacher died in a violent confrontation with a drug driver in May.

The first grade teacher died instantly. Two of his companions were injured nearly 18 years ago.

Students at École Notre Dame de Canada in Quebec paid tribute to the memory of

Photo taken from the Facebook page of Notre Dame de Canada School

Students at École Notre Dame de Canada in Quebec paid tribute to the memory of “Madame Catherine,” a first-grade teacher, with messages accompanied by basketball shoes.

The offending driver was arrested while she was damaged by drugs. She is now facing the charge of wrongful driving causing death.

“shocking”

The victim’s mother, Cecilia Oliva, and two friends who accompanied the young woman, Stephanie Odisio and Jennifer Vachon, lament another message to “educate people” of the dire consequences hanging over the noses of those who drive. while drunk.

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“It happens a lot, it is horrific. It happened on the same day with another such story in Apetepe,” Ms. Oliva recalled in an interview with the magazine, referring to a fatal crash in Rouen Noranda that killed a young man, as well as injuring one person. serious. Designated driver.

They also believe Quebec should do more to discourage drugged drivers from driving. For them, the message doesn’t seem to get through.

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There is a need to raise awareness [pour les drogues au volant]Whether it is legal or not. I think it’s important to educate people more about what they took and [les] “Its implications for leadership,” Ms. Vachon says.

no anger

Silent though grieving, the three women say they do not feel “anger” or “anger” towards those who have caused their face-to-face crush.

“I don’t want to harbor hatred for her because I need all my energy, for me, for Katherine, for Jane,” says Stephanie, a mother of two young children, confined to a wheelchair for much of the summer.

Just hours before the tragedy, the three friends and teammate Josiane Labric (second from left) were all smiling during a basketball tournament.

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Just hours before the tragedy, the three friends and teammate Josiane Labric (second from left) were all smiling during a basketball tournament.

For Mrs. Oliva, nothing can erase the pain of losing her daughter. However, she has no regrets and prefers to savor the memory of the good times spent in his company.

“She was bright, enthusiastic and loved by her students. […] I did what you want. She was happy. We have traveled. I don’t regret it,” the lady narrates.

New home and love

However, Stephanie and Jennifer find it unfair to see that their great friend’s life was stolen from them when “nice projects awaited her”.

“She was very satisfied. She was soon going to move to her new home on the island of Orleans” with her lover and wanted to start a family, asserts Ms. Odyssey.

“Her life was ahead of her. It was beginning. It was beautiful what was coming for Catherine,” we can only imagine Mrs. Vachon.



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