Kimberly Johnnie Obituary, Death – On April 19, a car linked to the RCMP was seen in Whitehorse. Kimberly Nicole Anne Johnnie, 44, died, according to a statement made by the Yukon Coroner’s Service on January 10. She supposedly died as a result of complications brought on by a house fire in Whitehorse’s McIntyre neighborhood. (Yukon News photo by Dana Hatherly) The coroner’s office has identified the deceased as Kimberly Nicole Anne Johnnie.
The Yukon Coroner’s Service concluded that a house fire caused a sudden death that happened on January 2 in the town of McIntyre. It has been established that the deceased was Kimberly Nicole Anne Johnnie, 44. The community must now show compassion for those who have died and for those whose lives have been affected by this loss, according to a news release published by the coroner on January 10. Our sincere condolences go out to Ms. Johnnie’s family and friends on their terrible loss from the [Yukon Coroner’s Service].
The sudden death of a lady in an apartment complex in Whitehorse’s McIntyre Subdistrict on January 2 was investigated by the Yukon RCMP, according to a news release they issued on January 5. Only a few facts concerning the inquiry were included in the statement. According to the coroner’s press release, a notification of a death that had occurred in the area was presented to the Yukon Coroner’s Service late in the afternoon on January 2. The coroner and police officers were also on the site.
The British Columbia Coroner’s Service performed an autopsy in Abbotsford, British Columbia, on January 6 with the coroner’s approval. The notification stated that Johnnie was the lone resident of the home at the time of the event. The Yukon Coroner’s Service, the Whitehorse Fire Department, and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police are continuing their investigation. There won’t be any more information released at this time.