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ALBERTA, Canada – Roger and Bonita Bott are suffering after losing their three daughters in an accident on their family farm.
Catie 13, Dara, 11 and Jana, 11, were playing on a truck filled with canola seeds when they fell in, according to CTV News.
“Our kids died living life on the farm,” the parents said.
Family members were able to pull the girls out, but first responders were not able to resuscitate two of the sisters. The third girl was transported and died at a local hospital.
Neighbors have pitched in the help the family harvest their crops while they are grieving.
“Any situation of this magnitude is a tragedy on all levels,” Stuart Brideaux, from Alberta Health Services told CTV News. “This will be impactful for the community and every first responder that attended.”