Names of Innisfail crash victims released

Police have released the names of the four people killed and one injured in a motor vehicle collision on Hwy 2 near Innisfail late Sunday night.

Police have released the names of the four people killed and one injured in a motor vehicle collision on Hwy 2 near Innisfail late Sunday night.

Anthony Subong Castillon and Joey Flores Mongonon, both 35, Eden Dalu Biazon, 39, and Josefina Flores Velarde, 52, all from the Philippines, died when their southbound vehicle was struck by an SUV that police allege was travelling north in the southbound lane.

Another passenger in the southbound vehicle, Josephine Gaila Tamondon, 28, was taken to hospital in Edmonton with serious injuries.

All had come to Alberta to work at an Edmonton hotel under the temporary foreign workers program.

Charged in connection with the collision is Tyler James Stevens, 29, of Cochrane.

Stevens remains in custody pending an appearance in Red Deer provincial court today.

He is charged with four counts each of impaired driving causing death and criminal negligence in operating a vehicle causing death, one each of impaired driving causing injury and criminal negligence in operating a vehicle causing injury and four counts of failing to provide a breath sample following a collision resulting in death.

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