(G.N.S) Dt. 07 Ottawa 14 people are dead and 14 people were injured Friday after a truck collided with a bus carrying a junior hockey team to a playoff game in northeastern Saskatchewan.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police confirmed that the remaining 14 others on the bus had been injured, three of them critically.
"We don't know who has passed and we don't expect to know right away", he said. "I've got 50 phone calls at least saying 'what do you want?'" "There are uncles, mothers and fathers waiting in the hope that they will be told that their son or nephew is doing well. After a game in Fort McMurray or Spruce Grove, we hop on the bus and we wake up in Grande Prairie at three or four a.m.", said Rix.
According to authorities, 28 people, including the driver, were on the Humboldt Broncos' bus at the time of the crash.
The bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos has been involved in a serious crash with an 18-wheeler enroute to their game against the Nipawin Hawks.
"We will never forget the members of our Broncos family who were taken from us", Humboldt Broncos president Kevin Garinger said. To the City of Humboldt, the entire Broncos organization, and the families impacted by this tragedy, please know you are in Saskatchewan's hearts.
"Many of them are waiting for information", he said.
She described the experience of moving far away from home as a defining and sometimes hard one for both the players involved and the families who host them.
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"God bless Darcy Haugan for being an incredible mentor and coach to young hockey players and prayers for his family to help cope with their vast loss", the Western Provinces Hockey Association wrote on Twitter. "We are just in utter disbelief and shock at the loss thats fallen upon us".
"Stay Hockey family strong", wrote one donor on the GoFundMe site who said he was a coach from rural Saskatchewan. Ryan Straschnitzki was on the Humboldt Bronco's bus when it collided with the semi.
"Words can not describe the loss that we feel tonight", he said on his Twitter feed, featuring a large photo of the smiling team members in their gold and green uniforms.
"Our hearts. the hockey world's an unbelievable world".
"I think people that aren't part of Junior Hockey can't quite understand how tight these guys can be".
Condolences poured in from current and former hockey players, sports organizations and political leaders across the country.
A family member said Saturday that Wack's parents are in Saskatchewan.
The Broncos team is comprised of 24 players, all from Canada, with the youngest aged 16 and the oldest 21.