At least 14 dead after bus carrying junior hockey team crashes in Canada

At least 14 people have been killed after a bus carrying a junior ice hockey team collided with a truck in Canada.
The bus was carrying the Humboldt Broncos of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League to the town of Nipawin for a playoff game when the accident occurred.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police confirmed 14 of the 28 people on the bus had died, including the driver.
The remaining passengers were taken to hospital, with three in a critical condition.
“We are not confirming the identity of the victims at this time, including whether the deceased are players or coaches,” police said in a statement.

Crash scene
The bus was carrying players to a game in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League. Credit: EBU

It is believed the bus was T-boned by a transport truck at around 5pm local time (11pm GMT).
"There have been multiple fatalities - our whole community is in shock," Humboldt Broncos president Kevin Garinger said.
“Our thoughts and prayers are extended to the families of our staff and athletes as well as to all who have been impacted by this horrible tragedy.
"Our Broncos family is in shock as we try to come to grips with our incredible loss.”
Mr Garinger said parents from across Western Canada are rushing to the scene as they struggle to cope with the tragedy.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau passed on his condolences via Twitter.
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I cannot imagine what these parents are going through, and my heart goes out to everyone affected by this terrible tragedy, in the Humboldt community and beyond. 
"It's a horrible accident, my God," Darren Opp, president of the Nipawin Hawks hockey team, said.
"It's very, very bad."