Show your support for Humboldt
Written By: Monday, April 9th 2018

People from across the country and around the world are reacting to the terrible tragedy in Humboldt Saskatchewan.

Fifteen people were killed, and 14 others injured, when the local Junior A Broncos team bus was involved in a horrific crash with a transport trailer, Friday night.

Humboldt’s arena was filled to the rafters last night as the town of 6-thousand came together to mourn.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in attendance to pay respects to the victims and their families. Condolences are also coming in from around the world, among them Queen Elizabeth issued a statement on how saddened she was by the news.

A social media campaign is urging people to wear green Monday (April 9) as a show of support.

A GO FUND ME account has been flooded with donations, raising close to 5 million dollars since Saturday.

Click here for the GO FUND ME site.

The Office of the Chief Coroner and the RCMP have released the names of those who lost their lives:

Players

Adam Herold – 16-year-old male from Montmartre, SK
Connor Lukan – 21-year-old male from Slave Lake, AB
Evan Thomas – 18-year-old male from Saskatoon, SK
Jacob Leicht – 19-year-old male from Humboldt, SK
Jaxon Joseph – 20-year-old male from Edmonton, AB
Logan Boulet – 21-year-old male from Lethbridge, AB
Logan Hunter – 18-year-old male from St. Albert, AB
Logan Schatz – 20-year-old male from Allan, SK
Stephen Wack – 21-year-old male from St. Albert, AB
Parker Tobin – 18-year-old male, from AB

Team Personnel

Brody Hinz – 18-year-old male from Humboldt, SK
Darcy Haugan – 42-year-old male from Humboldt, SK
Glen Doerksen – 59-year-old male from Carrot River, SK
Mark Cross – 27-year-old male from Strasbourg, SK
Tyler Bieber – 29-year-old male from Humboldt, SK

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