Truck carrying elephants crashes in Spain, at least one animal killed
A truck carrying five elephants crashed on a highway in Spain on Monday, killing at least one of the majestic animals and leaving two injured. The crash happened on highway A-30 near the town Pozo Cañada, located about 180 miles southeast of Madrid, Police in Albacete tweeted.Photos posted by the law enforcement agency show three of the five elephants milling around in the lanes of the highway after the accident.The director of the General Directorate of Traffic, an autonomous body under the Ministry of the Interior of Spain that's responsible for roads, tweeted the official count of those injured and killed.
HUMBOLDT, Saskatchewan—Fifteen people were killed when a bus carrying a Canadian junior ice hockey team collided with a truck in Saskatchewan The tragedy sent shock waves through the hockey-loving country and engulfed the home of the Humboldt Broncos hockey team , a small farming
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HUMBOLDT, Saskatchewan (AP) -- This shattered town mourned its revered local youth hockey team, trying to come to grips with a devastating highway accident that killed 15 players and team personnel and injured the other 14 people on their bus.
People filed into the team's home arena Sunday night for a vigil, filing up entry steps piled with flowers, jerseys and personal mementos in a makeshift memorial.
At the vigil, Sean Brandow, the local pastor and team chaplain, described how he happened upon the horrific accident scene Friday night and heard sounds of people he knew dying after a semi-trailer slammed into the bus taking the team to a playoff game.
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The crash took place Friday evening when the bus carrying the team crashed into a tractor-trailer truck in the Western Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Fifteen have been reported dead after a bus carrying junior hockey team the Humboldt Broncos crashed Friday evening. Two of the dead have
Canada has been plunged into “shock and mourning” after 15 people died and more than a dozen were injured in a “nightmare” collision between a bus carrying a junior hockey team and a The crash has shocked hockey-loving Canada , where sports teams often travel hours in gruelling winter conditions.
''We travelled up and arrived at the scene ... and walked up on a scene I never want to see again, to sounds I never want to hear again,'' Brandow said.
The small town's disaster was a blow, too, for Canada and its national sport. Among the dead were Broncos head coach Darcy Haugan, team captain Logan Schatz and radio announcer Tyler Bieber.
Brandow said he was on his way to the Broncos game and arrived at the scene right after the collision. He described hearing the cries and holding the hand of a lifeless body.
''To sit and hold the hand of a lifeless body,'' he said. ''All I saw was darkness and hurt and anguish and fear and confusion. And I had nothing. Nothing. I'm a pastor, I'm supposed to have something.''
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said the driver of the truck that hit the bus was initially detained but later released and provided with mental health assistance. Police have given no cause for the wreck, saying a lot of issues remained to be investigated, including weather conditions at the time and any mechanical issues with the vehicles.
Canada police say truck collided with hockey bus, fatalities
A crash between a transport truck and a bus carrying a junior hockey team in Western Canada left multiple people dead and others seriously injured, Canadian police said late Friday. The bus was carrying the Humboldt Broncos of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League to the town of Nipawin for a playoff game. It collided with a transport truck. "There have been multiple fatalities — our whole community is in shock," said Kevin Garinger, president of the Humboldt Broncos of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League.The Royal Canadian Mounted Police have not released how many people died or were injured in the crash.
The people of this small town grieved at their hockey arena Sunday, laying flowers and jerseys in a While most of the players were from elsewhere in western Canada , they were put up by families in the “It’s an energy that spreads through the town with road signs saying ‘Game tonight,’ tickets for
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Team President Kevin Garinger choked back tears as he read out the names of the 15 dead to those at the vigil. People embraced each other, crying. Boxes of Kleenex were passed down rows.
Flowers ringed the team logo at center ice. Pictures of the dead and injured stood in front of the audience.
Nick Shumlanski, an injured player who was released from the hospital, attended the vigil wearing his white, green and yellow team jersey, with a bruise under his left eye.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited the injured at the hospital Sunday and then attended the vigil. He sat among the crowd with his 11-year-old son, Xavier, who is a hockey player
On the arena's front steps, one tribute included a Kraft macaroni and cheese dinner box, which was a favorite meal of Evan Thomas, a forward who died in the crash. A bouquet of pink roses adorned the box, which read: ''to Evan, game day special, love your billet brother and sister Colten and Shelby.''
At least 14 people killed in crash involving Canadian junior hockey team
A crash between a tractor-trailer and a bus carrying a junior league hockey team left 14 people dead Friday in western Canada, police said. Members of the Humboldt Broncos were headed to Nipawin, Saskatchewan, when the crash happened north of Tisdale, Saskatchewan. Fourteen others were wounded in the crash and taken to a hospital. Three of them were in critical condition, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police told CNN partner, CTV.A total of 28 people -- including the driver -- were on the bus at the time of the incident, police said.
A small town in Canada 's Saskatchewan province is in mourning Saturday after 15 people died when a bus carrying a junior hockey team collided with a tractor-trailer. The crash occurred around 5 p.m. Friday north of Tisdale, according to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, as the team was headed
“Throughout Canada , we see teams going out into the Canadian winters on buses all the time. It’s always a thought [in your mind] about what could happen. The local community came together after fourteen people were killed when a bus carrying a Canadian junior hockey team collided with a truck
Most of the players were from elsewhere in western Canada and they lived with families in Humboldt, a town of about 6,000 people. Families who provide homes for players are a large part of junior hockey in Canada, with players spending years with host families.
Dennis Locke, his wife and three young children came to the arena to hang posters of forward Jaxon Joseph, who was the son of former NHL player Chris Joseph. The Locke family hosted Joseph and treated him like a son.
''Best person ever,'' Locke said. ''Down to earth, loved playing with the kids.''
His wife wiped away tears from swollen eyes.
Forwards Jacob Leicht, Logan Hunter and Conner Lukan and defensemen Stephen Wack, Adam Herold, Logan Boulet and Xavier Labelle were also among the dead, according to family members and others. Assistant coach Mark Cross, bus driver Glen Doerksen and stats keeper Brody Hinz, who was 18, were also killed.
Herold, who would have turned 17 Thursday, played for the Regina Pat Canadians hockey team until just weeks ago, but was sent to join the Broncos for their playoff round when the Pat Canadians' season wrapped up, said John Smith, the Pat Canadians' manager.
Canada town gets new shock with dead player misidentified
One of the deceased in the crash that killed 15 people en route to a hockey playoff game in western Canada was misidentified, Saskatchewan's Ministry of Justice said Monday, partly because the players all had blond-dyed hair and similar builds.HUMBOLDT, Saskatchewan (AP) -- Families and friends already stunned by the deaths of 15 players and team personnel for Humboldt's youth hockey club got a new shock Monday when authorities announced that one of the dead had been misidentified.
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As the names of the dead emerge, ''it's getting harder and harder,'' Humboldt Mayor Rob Muench said. ''This is going to be a long haul for us.''
Norman Mattock, a longtime season ticket holder, said his neighbor housed player Morgan Gobeil, a defenseman who was severely injured.
Three players who stayed with the same family all died in the crash, Mattock added. ''They lost them all.''
Players become part of the community fabric, doing volunteer work or serving in restaurants, he said.
''They lost them all,'' Mattock said.
The Broncos were a close-knit team who dyed their hair blond for the playoffs. Garinger, the team president, said the team won't disband. The home page of the team's website was replaced with a silhouette of a man praying beneath the Broncos' logo of a mustang.
''We're devastated,'' said Randolph MacLEAN, the hockey club's vice president. ''At the center of this, we have 15 souls who'll never go home again. We have 29 lives that will never be the same.''
He said that as is the case with small town hockey across Canada, Humboldt's arena is not just a recreation facility, but a focus of community life with the hockey team at its center.
''It's an energy that spreads through the town,'' he said.
Associated Press writer Jeremy Hainsworth reported this story in Humboldt and AP writer Rob Gillies reported from Toronto
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