Baby delivered after pregnant woman struck at Costco has died

A car crashed through the entrance of the London, Ont., Costco store on July 25, 2014. (DEREK...

A car crashed through the entrance of the London, Ont., Costco store on July 25, 2014. (DEREK RUTTAN/QMI Agency)

Dale Carruthers, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 3:37 PM ET

LONDON, Ont. -- A newborn baby delivered by emergency caesarean section after her mother was struck by a vehicle at a London, Ont., Costco store has died.

The baby girl was delivered shortly after mother Danah McKinnon-Bozek, eight months pregnant, was struck, along with four other people, at the entrance of the Wellington Rd. big-box store on July 25.

Rhiannon Bozek died on Friday evening, police said.

She had been listed in critical condition since being delivered shortly after the crash that also killed sister Addison Hall, 6, and injured three-year-old sister Miah Bozek.


Over a thousand people stand in silence at a candle lit vigil for six-year-old Addison Hall in Greenway Park in London, Ont., on July 30, 2014. Addison Hall was killed last Friday while walking in a south London Costco store with her mother when the family was struck by a car. (CRAIG GLOVER/QMI Agency)

Click here to see photos from a vigil for Addison Hall

“All the support that we've gotten from our friends and family and the city has been absolutely wonderful and has helped a lot when dealing with this,” said Rhiannon's grandfather Jeff Bozek.

“I think it has touched many, many people."

Addison was kept on life support after the crash while her family arranged to have her organs donated. Four people received organs from the little girl.

Both McKinnon-Bozek and Miah remain in hospital, Miah listed in fair condition, her mother upgraded to good condition.


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