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(UPDATE: April 11, 2018 @ 5 p.m.)
There are now 16 confirmed fatalities as a result of the Humboldt Broncos crash.
Dayna Brons, the athletic therapist for the Broncos, has sadly passed away from her injuries this afternoon.
Please keep one of our own in your thoughts.
Humboldt Broncos physiotherapist Dayna Brons was on the bus of that terrible crash this weekend. The last information I heard was that she is still in the hospital listed in critical condition.#BroncosStrong pic.twitter.com/BI3xym9Wwt— CA Athletic Trainers (@CATA_AT) April 9, 2018
(Original Story: April 8, 2018)
The identities of the 15 players and personnel who lost their lives in the tragic bus crash involving the Humboldt Broncos Junior A hockey team have been confirmed by police.
Adam Herold - 16-year-old from Montmartre, SK.
One of the proudest days of our family’s life. Adam following his dream. @ mikedumellie@ CurtisHunt pic.twitter.com/LBjsvKswss— Russ Herold (@RussHerold12) April 8, 2018
Connor Lukan - 21-year-old from Slave Lake, Alta.
Evan Thomas - 18-year-old from Saskatoon, SK.
Jacob Leicht - 19-year-old from Humboldt, SK.
Jaxon Joseph - 20-year-old from Edmonton, Alta.
We are extremely saddened to hear that former Eagle Jaxon Joseph has passed away in the Humboldt Broncos bus accident. Jaxon was a member of our team in the 2015-16 season. Rest In Peace. pic.twitter.com/POtRTQFrrx— Surrey Eagles (@SurreyEagles) April 7, 2018
Logan Boulet - 21-year-old from Lethbridge, Alta.
Logan Hunter - 18-year-old from St. Albert, Alta.
Logan Schatz - 20-year-old from Allan, SK.
Stephen Wack - 21-year-old from St. Albert, Alta.
We are saddened to learn of the passing of former Wolverine defenceman Stephen Wack. Our condolences are with his family and everyone else affected by this awful tragedy. Please consider a donation to help the families. #HumboldtStrong #PrayersForHumbolt https://t.co/SXd3WAY2VT pic.twitter.com/mb7Z4XOgVx— Whitecourt Wolverines (@WolverinesJrA) April 7, 2018
Parker Tobin - 19-year-old from Stony Plain, AB.
Saskatchewan's Ministry of Justice says they misidentified one of the bodies in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash.— Complete Hockey News (@CompleteHkyNews) April 9, 2018
Defenceman Xavier Labelle, previously thought deceased, is alive.
Goaltender Parker Tobin, previously identified as alive, is unfortunately among the 15 dead. pic.twitter.com/bzTqxQD269
Brody Hinz - 18-year-old from Humboldt, SK.
Darcy Haugan - 42-year-old from Humboldt, SK.
Glen Doerksen - 59-year-old from Carrot River, SK.
Glen Doerksen, who was driving the bus. Other teams say even in horrible driving conditions, they felt safe when Glen was driving and telling his stories of past hockey trips. pic.twitter.com/Zwq7il4Wu6— Chris Vandenbreekel (@Vandecision) April 8, 2018
Mark Cross - 27-year-old from Strasbourg, SK.
Tyler Bieber - 29-year-old from Humboldt, SK.
On Friday evening, a semi-trailer collided with a passenger bus carrying members of the Humboldt Broncos on Highway 35, about 30 kilomtres north of Tisdale. The Humboldt Broncos were traveling to Nipawin for a playoff game against the Nipawin Hawks.
The Coroners Office and the RCMP want to extend their deepest sympathies to the families and friends of those who lost their lives as well as those who were involved in the collision.
People are using the hashtag #SKStrong to spread the word about wearing green tomorrow in honour of the victims and their families.
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