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Driver charged in deadly Costco crash in London

65-year-old Ruth Burger charged with criminal negligence causing death and criminal negligence causing bodily harm.

Steve Bozek, Miah Bozek and Addison Hall
CTV-London

The driver of the vehicle that crashed through the doors of a London, Ontario Costco on July 25th has now been charged by police.

65-year-old Ruth Burger is charged with Criminal Negligence Causing Death and two counts of Criminal Negligence Causing bodily Harm.  

It was Friday, July 12th, at around 12 p.m. when a red car reversed through the front doors of the Costco striking several people including a young family.

6-year-old Addison Hall died that weekend, while her infant sister Rhiannon Bozek died a week later after she was delivered via emergency C-section.  

The children’s' mother Danah McKinnon-Bozek has since been released from hospital, while 3-year-old Miah Bozek remains in hospital in good condition.  

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  1. ToddK_2 posted on 08/08/2014 03:25 PM
    ... and people take issue with making sure seniors are still capable of handling a vehicle that can do this much damage to people. I think you call that Liberal mentality.
    1. Fact Provider posted on 08/08/2014 07:03 PM
      @ToddK_2 Your Con bitterness stretches to this ridiculous comment against Liberals?
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