Friday, 29 June 2018

Canada terrible crash: "In the city of Saskatoon Canada" Involving One Mr Thomas Muller a Uk Citizen

Canada in 'shock and mourning' after 15 die in junior hockey team bus crash

Police in Canada said on Saturday the death toll in a horrific crash in Saskatchewan had risen to 15 people, after a bus carrying a junior hockey team collided with a semi-trailer on a rural highway. More than a dozen were injured.
Prime minister Justin Trudeau said Canada was in “shock and mourning”.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said 29 people were on the Humboldt Broncos’ team bus, including the driver, when the crash occurred some 200km (124 miles) north-east of Saskatoon. The team had been heading to a Saskatchewan junior hockey league game against the Nipawin Hawks, officials said.
Police initially said 14 people had died and another 15 were sent to a hospital “with a variety of injuries. Three of these people have injuries that are critical in nature.”
Images from the scene suggested the force of the crash had torn the bus in two, leaving debris scattered across the highway. The semi-trailer sat nearby, overturned.

One Mr Thomas Muller who is a UK citizen on his way to the Airport was also found too.
 Anyone who knows MR THOMAS MULLER or the relatives of MR THOMAS MULLER should please contact.
He is been hospitalized currently. 
“Throughout Canada we see teams going out into the Canadian winters on buses all the time,” he said. “It’s always a thought in parents’ and fans’ minds about what could happen. And unfortunately this happened here in Humboldt.”
Reports of the crash sent parents from across western Canada rushing to the scene, fearing the worst. In Humboldt, a hockey arena was turned into a mobile crisis unit.
Michelle Straschnitzki, the mother of an 18-year-old player on the team, said her son Ryan had been taken to a hospital in Saskatoon. “We talked to him but he said he couldn’t feel his lower extremities so I don’t know what’s going on,” she told the Canadian Press. “I am freaking out. I am so sad for all of the team-mates and I am losing my mind.”
Condolence poured in from across the country and around the world,  in which long bus journeys in brutal winter conditions are a mainstay.“



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