NEWS
 
Funeral details announced for boy killed in Brampton fire
The family of 10 year old Nicolas Gabriel spoke to reporters for the first time on Wednesday...
0 0

We're no closer to finding out an official cause of the weekend fire in Brampton, that claimed the life of a 10 year old boy.

Nicolas Gabriel was staying at a friends house, having a sleepover when fire broke out at the town house complex.

Details for the funeral were announced on Wednesday, by the family.

The service was actually donated by the Scott's funeral home in Brampton and that's where the visitation will be held on Friday between 2-4 and 6-8.

That's at 289 Main St N in Brampton and the visitation will be public.

The funeral wil lbe held on Saturday morning at 10, at the North Bramalea United Church. The burial will follow at Meadowvale Cemetery, and a reception will be held afterat The Journey at 9 Ardglen Dr.

The investigation into what caused the blaze at the townhouse complex destroyed or damaged 18 homes and displaced more than 100 people, many of whom still aren't allowed back.

Categories:

DON'T MISS

TED RADIO HOUR

Welcome to TED Radio Hour hosted by Guy Raz, Saturdays at 6pm and Sundays at 7pm

 
0 0

We're no closer to finding out an official cause of the weekend fire in Brampton, that claimed the life of a 10 year old boy.

Nicolas Gabriel was staying at a friends house, having a sleepover when fire broke out at the town house complex.

Details for the funeral were announced on Wednesday, by the family.

The service was actually donated by the Scott's funeral home in Brampton and that's where the visitation will be held on Friday between 2-4 and 6-8.

That's at 289 Main St N in Brampton and the visitation will be public.

The funeral wil lbe held on Saturday morning at 10, at the North Bramalea United Church. The burial will follow at Meadowvale Cemetery, and a reception will be held afterat The Journey at 9 Ardglen Dr.

The investigation into what caused the blaze at the townhouse complex destroyed or damaged 18 homes and displaced more than 100 people, many of whom still aren't allowed back.

Top stories

Police say man victimized girls as young as 13 near Yonge and Eglinton