3rd passenger in Whitehorse crash still in critical condition

Derrick Gibbons, 18, remains in critical but stable condition in Vancouver General Hospital following a car accident in Whitehorse last weekend.

Derrick Gibbons, 18, remains at Vancouver General Hospital

A makeshift memorial at the Whitehorse intersection where two people died in a car crash Aug. 9. Four people were in the car at the time. (Sandi Coleman/CBC)

Derrick Gibbons, 18, remains in critical but stable condition in Vancouver General Hospital following a car accident in Whitehorse last weekend.

Gibbons was one of four passengers in a Honda Accord that collided with a semi-truck on the Alaska Highway at Robert Service Way last Saturday.

Passengers, ​Clare Cherepak, 15, and Brendan Kinney, 20, were killed in the early morning incident.

The 15-year-old driver was the only person in the vehicle not critically injured. The driver of the semi was also unhurt. 

A memorial service was held for Clare Cherepak on Thursday. A service for Brendan Kinney is scheduled for Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre.