Orillia woman dies in Ethiopian plane crash
We're getting more on the Canadians lost in that Ethiopian plane crash, with the identities of more Canadian victims released.
One, is a woman from Orillia.
24 year old Angela Rehhorn, a marine biologist who worked with the Canadian Wildlife Federation, died in the crash while on her way to Nairobi.
In a written statement, the CWF says Angela shared the excitement of volunteering and working to improve our world.
The crash also killed six members of a family from Brampton, including two sisters just 13 and 14 years old.
Friends also began posting tributes to Rehhorn on social media on Monday after learning the news.
"It's hard to accept that we all have to keep going on without you," wrote Alexandra Stephenson. "Everyone you've ever met is a better person for knowing you."
It is w deep sadness that we share the tragic passing of CWF's CCC participant, Angela Rehhorn. Angela was on her way to UNs Environmental Assembly in Nairobi w UNs Association of Canada’s & Canada Service Corps Program when the plane crashed on Sunday. Our thoughts are with you. pic.twitter.com/cNasZKd3uN— Canadian Wildlife Federation (@CWF_FCF) March 11, 2019
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