Driver was R.C. priest, passenger worked with Labrador Grenfell Health
The scene of a tragic collision on the Northern Peninsula Highway Wednesday. — RCMP photo
The RCMP has released the names of the victims of Wednesday's double fatal accident on the Northern Peninsula Highway.
Fr. Biju Antony, the 39-year-old driver, was killed when his car collided with a snowplow. Antony was a Roman Catholic priest from India who was working in the area and living in Bird Cove.
Justin Devis, a 28-year-old passenger, was also a native of India. He was employed by Labrador Grenfell Health and was living in St. Anthony.
The RCMP has confirmed that a 39-year-old male driver killed Wednesday on the Northern Peninsula HIghway when his car collided with a snowplow was a Roman Catholic priest from India who was working in the area. He was living in Bird Cove.
A 28-year-old male passenger from St Anthony, also a native of India, was employed by Labrador Grenfell Health. Police say names will not be released at this time to respect wishes of their families.