19-year-old man says he’ll look after his four orphaned brothers

Parents died in car crash


 

Jordan Dubois, a 19-year-old Winnipeg man says he’ll take care of his four borthers after his parents were killed in a car crash in Saskatchewan on the weekend. Two of the brothers, Matthew, 13, and Jarret, 14, were severely disabled by the crash that killed their parents. His 16-year-old brother and nine-year-old brother were also injured in the crash. The family, except for Jordan, were returning home from a taekwando tournament in Yorkton, Sask. on Sunday when their minivan was struck head-on by a car near Saltcoats, Sask. Marcel and Brenda Dubois both died at the scene; the 17-year-old female driver of the car also died. Dubois said he plans to provide for his brothers by taking over the family business, Dubois Delivery Service.

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19-year-old man says he’ll look after his four orphaned brothers

  1. What an incredible decision for a 19 year old! This is the kind of inspiring news I wish I read more of.

  2. This makes me very proud of this young man. I sincerely hope he has all the good luck in the world. Thank you!!