Published on March 03, 2016
The Cardigan Feed Service Ltd. truck ended up in the ditch after the accicent.
Guardian photo by Brian McInnis
Published on March 04, 2016
Rescue workers examine the wreckage of a car at the scene of a collision Thursday afternoon in Brookfield on Highway 2. A woman died at the scene while the truck driver was transported to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital by Island EMS with undetermined injuries.
BRIAN MCINNIS/TC MEDIA
A memorial service was held Sunday for the young West Prince woman killed in an accident last week in Brookfield.
Twilla Mary Seymour, 28, of St. Louis, died in the two-vehicle collision.
She was formerly from Harbour Round, N.L.
The accident occurred around 2:40 p.m. on Thursday.
Seymour’s small car collided with a Cardigan Feed Service truck. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
The man driving the truck was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital where he was treated for minor injuries.
The accident remains under investigation.
Seymour is survived by her common-law husband, Darcy Thibodeau, and children Lori Hogan, eight-years-old, and Megan Thibodeau, three-years-old.
Memorial donations are being accepted for a trust fund the children.