Niagara Falls woman killed in apparent road rage incident will be laid to rest Monday
A funeral service will be held Monday for Nicole Turcotte.
She's the 22-year-old Niagara Falls woman who was the innocent victim of what appears to be a road rage incident on the QEW.
It happened last weekend following a multi-vehicle crash in Mississauga.
OPP are still looking for a Honda Civic that moved into the left lane and quickly slowed down in what police call a "break check."
Turcotte's family is calling for the driver to turn themself in and deal with the reprecussions of what happened.
OPP are still looking for witnesses.
Meantime a a gofundme page set up by Turcotte’s cousin to assist the family with funeral expenses has raised about $11,000 to date.
Visitation for Turcotte will be held today and tomorrow at the Morse and Son Funeral Home.
A service will be held Monday at 11 a.m. at Southminster United Church on Hagar Avenue.
A burial will follow at Fairview Cemetery.
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