Kimberly Johnnie Death, Obituary – On April 19th, a vehicle that belonged to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police was seen in Whitehorse. On January 10, the Yukon Coroner’s Service released a statement confirming that 44-year-old Kimberly Nicole Anne Johnnie had gone dead. It is believed that a fire that broke out at a home located in the McIntyre neighborhood of Whitehorse contributed to the circumstances surrounding the woman’s passing. (This photograph was taken by Dana Hatherly for the Yukon News.) A sudden death happened on January 2 in the town of McIntyre, and the findings of the investigation by the Yukon Coroner’s Service indicate that a home fire was to blame for the passing of the individual.
It has been found that the individual who passed away was 44 years old and went by the name Kimberly Nicole Anne Johnnie. It is necessary for the community to show sympathy for those who have died away and for those whose lives have been impacted by this loss at this time, according to a press statement that was published by the coroner on January 10th. The [Yukon Coroner’s Service] would like to express our most sincere condolences to Ms. Johnnie’s family and friends on the unfortunate death of a loved one in their midst. On January 5, the Yukon RCMP issued a press release in which they highlighted their ongoing investigation into the untimely passing of a female resident of an apartment building in the McIntyre Subdistrict of Whitehorse on January 2. The incident occurred on January 2.
The notification offered very few facts regarding the inquiry into the matter. According to the press release that was distributed by the Yukon Coroner’s Service on January 2, a notice of a death that had taken place in the region was brought to the attention of the Yukon Coroner’s Service late in the afternoon on that day. At the site, there were members of the police department as well as the coroner. After obtaining authorization from the coroner, the British Columbia Coroner’s Service performed an autopsy on the body of the deceased on January 6 in Abbotsford, which is located in the province of British Columbia. Johnnie was the only one who was residing in the residence at the time of the tragedy, as stated in the notification. The Yukon Coroner’s Service, the Whitehorse Fire Department, and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police are continuing their investigation into the incident at this time.