As per RCMP officers, the deadly crash happened Wednesday morning around 7:25 a.m. Tammy Rosko, 42, was traveling towards Roblin Blvd for work, she was a trolley driver during summer time at Assiniboine Park Zoo, and the rest of the time she was a school bus driver.
At the same time, a 32-year-old man from Winnipeg was heading in an opposite direction when his truck crossed over the median and met in a head-on collision with Tammy`s minivan. The man from a pickup was rushed to a nearby hospital with serious injuries, Minivan driver, Tammy, was pronounced dead at the scene, according to investigators.
Mike Rosko, Tammy`s brother speaks of her as a loving mother, who cared about her children deeply and the family was always on first place, that is the main reason, she worked so hard on two jobs, to be able to provide for her beloved kids. Mike talked about her five children, three boys, and two girls, range in age from 11 to 20, how they were always smiling and happy with Tammy, and are now in shock and grieving for their mother. He now has to deal with planning her funeral and doesn’t even know how the kids will deal with such a tragedy of a huge loss for their family. “I don’t even think she (Tammy) saw it coming, according to the RCMP officer,” said Mike. Tammy will be greatly missed by her family and friends and always remembered as a caring and loving person.
As per police officers, both drivers had seatbelts on and no speeding was involved, no more updates at this time, as forensic collision reconstructionist still investigating to determine possible reasons led to pickup truck crossing over to an opposite direction lane. Also, the fact that a pickup driver is still in the hospital slows down the investigation, so police is looking for possible witnesses of this tragic crash.