IROQUOIS – A 21-year-old South Dundas woman faces a number of charges stemming from a crash involving an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) earlier this year.

Emergency crews responded to an area along Broken Second Road, between Marine Station Road and Country Road 1, in August 2018 following the report of a crash.

Three individuals were aboard the recreational vehicle at the time of the accident. The ATV had been travelling eastbound on Broken Second Road before it left the roadway and rolled over in the ditch.

Two of them were transported to hospital with serious injuries, while the third was taken away via air ambulance due to life-threatening injuries.

The area was closed off for several hours while police investigated.

In late October, Jasmine Saunders, 18, died as a result of the injuries she sustained. Saunders had been in hospital since the accident,

Now, Montana Gabriel, 21, has been charged with driving a motor vehicle while impaired (causing death), driving a motor vehicle with more than 80 milligrams blood alcohol content (causing death), criminal negligence causing death, driving a motor vehicle while impaired (causing bodily harm), driving a motor vehicle with more than 80 milligrams blood alcohol content (causing bodily harm), and criminal negligence causing bodily harm.

She is to appear in Cornwall court Thurs., Nov. 29.

The condition of the third victim remains unknown.

Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry OPP, with assistance from the force’s Traffic Collision Investigators, continue to look into incidents surrounding the cause of the crash.


Jasmine Saunders, 18, died last month as a result of injuries sustained in the August crash involving an all-terrain vehicle.