Fourteen killed in bus crash involving Canadian hockey team bus crash: Media

TORONTO: A transport conveying a team of Canadian junior hockey players crashed on Friday with a semi-trailer on a provincial roadway in Saskatchewan, killing 14 individuals, Canadian media announced refering to police. Fourteen more were injured including three fundamentally — in the mishap including the Humboldt Broncos team transport, which was traveling north for a Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League playoff diversion against the Nipawin Hawks, the Saskatoon StarPhoenix revealed.

Regal Canadian Mounted Police auditor Ted Monroe had said at a news meeting late Friday that there were “fatalities among the travelers on the transport” and “various serious injuries”.