Woman killed in jet ski crash on Osoyoos Lake identified

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PENTICTON - The woman who died following a jet ski collision on Osoyoos Lake last week has been identified.

The B.C. Coroners Service has confirmed Taylor Anne Jessop, 24, of Coquitlam died after she and a companion, driving separate jet skis, collided.

The crash occurred on Aug. 5. and Jessop died from the injuries she sustained in the collision before she could reach a hospital, the release says.

The Coroner and RCMP continue to investigate.

Ms. Jessop’s family has been notified of her death.

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