Unfortunate outcome, says fire chief
Melinda Pauls also made a point of expressing her family’s “deepest sympathies” to Sarah and her family.
Sarah bravely reached out to Chief Verge last week, wanting to know what Blaine’s final moments were like. “I assured her we were by his side the whole time,” said Verge. She also called investigating officers, hoping to find out what happened.
“We may never know what happened,” said Cpl. Coish.
Firefighters use an extrication device known as the “Jaws of Life” to help remove Blaine DesRoches from his vehicle on Nov. 5.
Harbour Grace Fire Chief Ray Verge speaks to the media.