Bus carrying Canadian junior hockey team involved in fatal crash


"There is no playbook on what to do in cases like this". The RCMP reports fatalities have been confirmed, along with a number of injuries.

Authorities have yet to identify all of the deceased. Twenty-nine people were on the bus.

Fourteen other people were rushed to hospitals. Fifteen others were injured.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said there were 28 people on the bus when the crash happened on Friday afternoon.

In the early hours of Saturday, Royal Canadian Mounted Police inspector Ted Munro said rescue efforts were ongoing and said they had set up an information and support centre for families at the Nipawin Apostolic Church. He was detained initially but is not now in custody and his case is not now being investigated as a criminal investigation.

"It's a frightful accident, my God", he said.

Zablocki says the investigation is in its early stages, and it's too early to state a cause.

The team was heading north for a Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League playoff game against the Nipawin Hawks.

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The Hawks had been scheduled to play the Broncos on Friday night, but said on Facebook shortly after 6 p.m. CST that the game was cancelled because of the crash.

U.S. President Donald Trump has expressed condolences for the 14 people killed when a truck collided with a bus carrying a junior hockey team in western Canada.

The hockey world issued messages of condolences, including Saskatchewan native Mike Babcock, who is the Toronto Maple Leafs coach. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families and communities affected by this disgusting tragedy.

"This is one of the hardest posts I have ever had to make".

"We had a crane lifting the bus", he said.

The head coach, Darcy Haugan, and the team captain, Logan Schatz, are among the 14 dead, relatives said.

The tragedy brought to mind an accident in 1986, when the Swift Current Broncos team bus slid off an icy highway and crashed in late December, killing four players. Most of the others list their hometowns as being in the province of Alberta.

"At this point, I just want to reach out and support the families", Garinger said.

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"Tonight, we all must pray for these families". You come to the rink. what's better than that?

"We talked to him, but he said he couldn't feel his lower extremities so I don't know what's going on", she said.

Expressions of sympathy poured in from around the globe.

I can not imagine what these parents are going through, and my heart goes out to everyone affected by this bad tragedy, in the Humboldt community and beyond.

Garinger said parents were rushing to the scene as they struggled to cope with the tragedy. "May God be with them all!"

Dennis Locke, his wife and three young children came to the arena to hang posters of forward Jaxon Joseph, who is the son of former National Hockey League player Chris Joseph.

A Humboldt Broncos team jersey is seen among notes and flowers at a memorial for the Humboldt Broncos team leading into the Elgar Petersen Arena in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, Canada April 7, 2018. Billeting families are a large part of junior hockey, with players spending years with host families.

He said he felt at a loss as emergency crews worked to save those they could. "Our whole community is in shock, we are grieving and we will continue to grieve throughout this ordeal as we try to work toward supporting each other".

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"It's overwhelming. It's been tough on everybody", Muench said in a phone interview. "We're asking for everyone's support and consideration in the coming days and weeks and months and years it will take us to get through this".