Wife of Saskatoon man killed in Alta. crash starts GoFundMe page for funeral costs
Usiel Kanguatjivi and his wife, Merlyn Kauari. (Courtesy: GoFundMe)
SASKATOON -- The wife of a Saskatoon man killed in a highway crash is fundraising to cover her husband’s funeral costs.
Usiel Kanguatjivi was one of four people killed in Friday’s crash in Taber, Alta. – about 50 kilometers east of Lethbridge.
The 31-year-old was driving a pickup truck that collided head-on with a passenger van, carrying a construction crew that was working on a project nearby.
Three people in the van, including the driver, died. The six other passengers were taken to hospital.
Kanguatjivi’s wife started a GoFundMe page on Sunday, aiming to raise $26,000 to cover her husband’s funeral costs.
The cause of the crash is still under investigation.