Filipino organization Bayanihan Fort Saskatchewan has expressed its deepest sympathy to the families of four Filipino Temporary Foreign Workers killed in a vehicular accident last Saturday.
CBC reported that Eva Janette Caperina, 41, was travelling with two men and a woman along Highway 21 when their Saturn Ion hit an icy patch near Leduc.
The car swerved into the opposite lane and slammed into a tractor-trailer, killing all four people, CBC added.
The women worked as nannies while the two men are employed at Fatburger Restaurant in Edmonton.
“Condolence to the families of the four Filipino workers who died on a head on collision last Saturday,” said the Bayanihan Fort Saskatchewan in a statement.
In 2012, CBC reported that four Filipino workers of Coast Edmonton Plaza Hotel were killed when their vehicle was hit by a suspected drunk driver.