Sign In

We want you to be able to access myAccount. However, the new, easy-to-use features in myAccount require you to enable cookies. Here are some shortcuts to help you with this:

Help for Chrome users. Help for Firefox users. For Internet Explorer users. For Safari users.

Once you have enabled cookies for this website, please refresh by clicking here.

Hydro One mourns the loss of four employees lost in fatal crash in Tweed

Dec 16, 2017

TORONTO, Dec. 16, 2017 /CNW/ -

Statement from Hydro One: 

It is with heavy hearts that we share the names of the Hydro One employees who lost their lives in Thursday's tragic accident: James Baragar, 39-years-old, Jeff Howes, 26-years-old, Darcy Jansen, 26-years-old, and Kyle Shorrock, 27-years-old.

James, the helicopter pilot, was from the Orillia area and has been with Hydro One since May 2009.

Jeff, a Power Line Technician on the construction crew and resident of Bath, has been with the Hydro One family since August 2013.

Darcy, also a Power Line Technician, from Long Sault has been with Hydro One since August 2013.

Kyle, a resident of Inverary, was a Power Line Technician who has been with Hydro One since September 2014.

Our focus continues to be on supporting the impacted families through this difficult time. A family assistance center has been established in the Municipality of Tweed.

The Hydro One family extends our deepest condolences, support and care to the grieving families and loved ones of James, Jeff, Darcy and Kyle.

SOURCE Hydro One Inc.

For further information: Hydro One Media Relations, 416-345-6868