Jennifer Casey (Snowbirds crash Victim) Wiki – Jennifer Casey (Snowbirds crash Victim) Biography
Jennifer Casey grew up in Halifax, getting a Bachelor of Arts at Dalhousie University and attending journalism school at the University of King’s College.
Just two weeks ago, Casey told NEWS 95.7 about how the Snowbirds would visit Nova Scotia as part of Operation Inspiration, a cross-country tour to boost morale during COVID-19.
According to her online profile with the Air Force, Casey has been with the Snowbirds since November 2018. The RCAF confirmed in Sunday that Casey’s family has been notified.
Capt. Jenn Casey, who served as a spokesperson for the Snowbirds, was on the plane when it crashed
Casey joined the Snowbirds in 2018, prior to that she was a reporter, anchor, producer wt NEWS 95.7 in Halifax
Capt. Jennifer Casey Snowbirds Jet Crash Victim
Heartbreaking. Snowbird who died has been identified as Captain Jennifer Casey. Before she was the Public Affairs Officer for the Snowbirds, she was a reporter/anchor/producer at
Heartbreaking. Snowbird who died has been identified as Captain Jennifer Casey. Before she was the Public Affairs Officer for the Snowbirds, she was a reporter/anchor/producer at @NEWS1130 sister station @NEWS957 in Halifax. https://t.co/Ukdl6sJcQZ
— Charmaine de Silva (@char_des) May 18, 2020
Public affairs officer Capt. Jennifer Casey died in the crash, pilot seriously injured after jet crashed into house in Brocklehurst. Kamloops Mayor Ken Christian said the Snowbirds remain parked at Kamloops Airport for the foreseeable future. “The ‘Birds are grounded here in Kamloops and we have extended everything the City of Kamloops can do to be of service,” he said.