Bus carrying Humboldt Broncos hockey team involved in crash; fatalities reported

A bus carrying the Canadian junior hockey team had been involved in a crash Friday, with an unspecified number of fatalities and injuries documented.

The bus was reportedly holding members of the Broncos, of Humboldt, Saskatchewan. Junior hockey typically requires players ages 16 to twenty one.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Law enforcement confirmed there were fatalities in the accident on a highway in Tisdale, Saskatchewan. A semi-tractor apparently collided using the passenger bus, according to the CBC.

The Nipawin Hawks handbags team, which was supposed to play the particular Broncos on Friday night, introduced on Facebook that the game has been canceled.

“ The accident being discussed involved Humboldt team bus, ” the Hawks announced on Fb. “ We ask during this time that you simply don’ t send messages. Whenever more information is given we will revise. ”

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau expressed his sympathy to the Humboldt community in a tweet, saying this individual was “unable to imagine” the actual team’s parents must be going through.

Humboldt Mayor Rob Muench  told CBC he was emaciated.

“It’s going to hit the community hard, ” he said. “ It’s not an excellent day for Humboldt. ”

Saskatchewan Leading Scott Moe wrote on Fb that there were no words to explain the loss they felt.

“To the City associated with Humboldt, the entire Broncos organization, as well as the families impacted by this tragedy, make sure you know you are in Saskatchewan’s minds, ” he wrote.

“ Tonight we should pray for these families. ”

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