Survivors haunted by crash that killed 10 migrant workers

They were so happy, they couldn’t sleep.

While the other migrant workers dozed in the van, Juan Jose Ariza Mejia 35, and Abelardo Javier Alba Medina, 38, could only stare out at peaceful farmland and be grateful for where they were.

They had just finished their first day’s work vaccinating chickens at a poultry farm in rural Ontario. The job paid $10.25 an hour, up from the $2 wage they made in Peru.

Survivors haunted by crash that killed 10 migrant workers | TheSpec.com

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