Humboldt Broncos bus crash: What we know so far
April 6’s deadly collision has sent shock and grief through a Saskatchewan community, the hockey world and the country. Here’s a primer on how it happened and what’s happened since
noiseNB on Instagram: “❤️ from @jayhawkdown — Tribute found in Rockwood Park, Saint John at the Saskatchewan Stone. Canada is one large hockey arena.. . .…”
To honour those lost in the horrific bus accident that took the lives of sixteen players and staff of the Humboldt Broncos on April 6, 2018 ♥ from @jayhawkdown Tribute found in Rockwood Park Saint John at the Saskatchewan Stone. Canada is one large hockey arena.. . . #humboldtstrong #humboldt #igerssaintjohn #saintawesome
'The worst nightmare has happened': Death toll in Humboldt Broncos hockey team bus crash rises to 15 | CBC News
The death toll from the bus crash involving a Saskatchewan junior hockey team bus has risen to 15, while 14 are injured, a day after the tragedy impacting players, personnel and others with the Humboldt Broncos.
Evan Thomas Memorial Page (@ET_Memorial)
The latest Tweets from Evan Thomas Memorial Page (@ET_Memorial). “E.T.’s Last Home Game” held April 16, 2018 @SaskTel Centre. This 🐦 page will be turned over to ET’s family. Please leave your condolences on any of the posts. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan