SIX NATIONS –Six Nation actor, Tina Lousie Bomberry and a child that was with her remain in hospital after a single car accident on Fourth Line Rd., in Six Nations of the Grand River Territory.
As of Tuesday afternoon, Bomberry was listed in serious condition and remains in the Intensive Care Unit at McMaster University Hospital in Hamilton.
According to a police report, at 16:33 hours, Sunday afternoon, two Six Nations Fire Stations and Firefighters were dispatched for a motor vehicle collision and rollover with one victim possibly unconscious and trapped at 3489 Fourth Line in the Six Nations of the Grand River territory.
Response was quick with first arriving crews of Pumper/Rescue #1 arriving on scene at 16:39 hours.
First arriving crews reported that a single minivan rolled an unknown number of times, landing in the front yard of a residence with one conscious victim out of the vehicle and one which was unconscious and trapped in the vehicle.
“Working in conjunction with Haldimand County Primary Care Paramedics and Six Nations Advanced Care & Primary Care Paramedics, Six Nations Firefighters utilized the Jaws of Life to remove a door and extricate the victim from the vehicle,” says Six Nations Fire Chief Matthew Miller.
The young male victim was transported to McMaster Children’s Hospital and Ms. Bomberry was transported to Hamilton General Hospital.
Fire crews remained on scene to assist with the road closure while Six Nations Police conducted the investigation.
Tina Louise is best known for her regular role as Rosie Deela in the cast of the hit TV series, “North of 60” from 1992 to 1997. She also carried that role in made for spin-offs TV Movies between 1999 and 2005.
Bomberry’s film career began in 1989 with a bit part in the movie “Where the Spirit Lives.”
She also landed roles in the series “Blue Murder”, and films “Shania: A Life in Eight Albums”, “Elijah – the Story of Elijah Harper”, and “Casino Jack”.