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HORRIFIC Bus Crash Causes 15 Deaths, & More Injured From Canadian Humboldt Broncos Hockey Team Players

Humboldt Broncos Donations Among 5 Highest-Ever GoFundMe Campaigns

Chelsea Laskowski ∑ CBC News ∑ Posted: 9 Apr 2018





Caitlin Hergott, left, and Sylvie Kellington started the huge GoFundMe campaign. (Jennifer Barr/CBC)



Donations stemming from the heartbreak of 15 deaths in the Humboldt Broncos hockey team bus crash have propelled a fund for the players' families into GoFundMe's top five largest global campaigns.


The money, $7.3 million ($5.8 million US) and counting, comes from 65 countries, according to GoFundMe's PR agency in Canada, North Strategic.

No other Canadian campaigns have ever raised more money than the "Funds for Humboldt Broncos" campaign, which is for the families of a team that lost more than half of its players, on Friday when the bus was headed to a playoff game and collided with a semi-trailer.

Twelve who were on the bus during the crash are still in hospital, four of them in critical condition, four with significant injuries, and four in stable condition.





Humboldt hockey mom Sylvia Kellington started the campaign. She said immediate matters like funeral costs are only part of what she expects the victims' families to spend the money on.


"I know there will probably be rehab costs and home renovations that need to be done for some of the players and, I mean, I don't know exactly where that will end," she said.

She also said it would be nice to create a foundation to support all 12 teams in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League.

Four other GoFundMe campaigns for families of the injured and deceased Broncos players and personnel have since been created.



The campaign for the family of the Deceased Head Coach
Darcy Haugan is above $48,000, the one for Assistant Coach Mark Cross is above $1,500, and that for injured player Ryan Straschnitzki is above $7,000.


Special Coverage of The Tragedy in Humboldt, Saskatchewan Canada

15 people are dead after a junior hockey team's bus crashed Friday evening. 29 people were on board. It was carrying the Humboldt Broncos' junior team. They were travelling on a highway north of Tisdale, Saskatchewan when the bus collided with a semi-trailer.






Victims of Humboldt Broncos Bus Crash Identified

12 patients still in hospital, 4 of them in critical condition

CBC News ∑ Posted: 9 April





The Humboldt Broncos' player range in age from 16 to 21 years. They were on a road trip that was scheduled to take just over two hours, heading to a playoff game in Nipawin, when the bus they were in and a transport truck collided Friday evening. (Humboldt Broncos/Twitter)

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Update Re: VIDEO:Humboldt Fatal Bus Crash >Sentencing Hearing Begins

Humboldt Victims Get Their Say

CBC 28 JAN 2019.

The sentencing hearing began today in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash case, and the number of people who want to attend has required some special arrangements, correspondent Susan Ormiston writes from Saskatchewan.

On this bitterly cold Monday morning in Melfort, Sask., hockey moms and dads, billet families, and Humboldt Broncos teammates struggled into a community centre which had been transformed, overnight, into a courthouse.

Body-scan security now restricts the entrance to the Harry Vicker Centre, a sports and events venue in this town of about 6,000 people. Saskatchewan Judge Inez Cardinalís desk was carted into the large gymnasium on Sunday night and set up on a riser, with a black curtain draped behind. Lawyersí tables were spread out in front.

The local courthouse simply could not accommodate the hundreds of people who wanted to attend the sentencing hearing for Jaskirat Singh Sidhu, the 29-year-old truck driver who pleaded guilty to 29 counts of dangerous driving causing death and injury.

"This is uncharted ground," says Aaron Fox, a defence lawyer in Regina who is unconnected to this particular case, but who has acted for clients facing similar charges.

"The most challenging part of the decision for her [Judge Cardinal] will be how to address the fact that there are so many people killed and seriously injured," Fox says.

"It isn't a case of deciding you'll get X amount of time for this offence and then we'll multiply it by the number of charges. It is a situation where, at the end of the day, you'll look at it and say 'OK, what's what's the best total sentence.'"

Case law suggests sentencing for such charges ranges from a fine to five or six years in prison, while the maximum sentence is 14 years for causing death and 10 years for injury -- but there has never before been a case with so many casualties.

"I donít know that she can render a decision thatís going to satisfy many of the people that are involved," says Mike Nolin, a Saskatoon lawyer.

For the families whoíve travelled here from Alberta, Manitoba and other parts of Saskatchewan, this week will resurface the wounding pain of last April 6. The collision site is just 65 kilometres from here, its memorial crosses sprouting out of the snow.

The court has received 75 victim impact statements, 65 of which will be read aloud to the court by family. Together they will be a searing tally of the pain and suffering, not only for those who lost loved ones, but also for the 13 surviving players still trying to recover, some from debilitating injuries.

Chris Joseph, whose son Jaxon was killed, said the sentencing may be even more difficult than his sonís funeral, for all the memories which will rush to the surface again.

But at least there will be no trial -- no battle -- to live through.

The truck driver's lawyer, Mark Brayford, said Sidhu told him, "I cannot make things better and I certainly donít want to make things worse," by having a trial.

The hearing is set to run for three to five days this week, and when it ends, the Judge still could reserve her decision.



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