Thursday, December 23, 2010

Rollover Claims the Life of Former North Star.

*From CTV Saskatchewan*

20-year-old hockey player Myles Cameron is dead after a single-vehicle rollover near Duck-Lake.

According to the RCMP, Cameron, the passenger, was not wearing a seatbelt when the vehicle rolled just before 1:30 Wednesday morning. Alcohol was involved in the incident, and police say that charges are pending against a male from Duck Lake. The driver is likely to appear in Beardy's Provincial Court on March 2nd, 2011 facing charges of impaired driving causing death, and Criminal negligence causing death. His name and age have not been released as he has yet to be formally

Cameron spent part of last season with the Battlefords North Stars, and this year split time between the Yorkton Terriers and Ochapowace Jr. B Thunder.


Sincere condolences to the Cameron family and the Terriers and Thunder organization respectively.


Anonymous said...

Sincere condolences. Myles was a great kid that loved the game of hockey. God bless. Once a Star, Always a Star..

Anonymous said...

sincere condolences.

Anonymous said...

Our thoughts are with the Cameron family.