By Makda Ghebreslassie, CBC Toronto
Almost three years after firefighting student Adam Brunt died during an ice and water rescue training course in Hanover, a criminal charge has been laid against the trainer Terry Harrison.
“I saw with my own eyes the criminal negligence that he did” alleged Terri Jo Thompson, one of Harrison’s students that day.
Harrison has been charged with criminal negligence causing death and Thompson is the reason this is now happening after all these years.
Thompson and Brunt were among twelve students participating in a two day water and ice rescue training course carried out by Terry Harrison and his company Herschel Rescue Training Services in 2015.
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