Two Humboldt Broncos No Longer in Critical Condition

Two Humboldt Broncos Improve

SASKATOON — Two Humboldt Broncos players are no longer listed in critical condition in a Saskatoon hospital following a crash that killed 16 people.

The Saskatchewan Health Authority says the patients continue to receive treatment along with four others from the junior hockey team.

It would not provide further details on their conditions, saying only that none of the six are critical.

Several others have been released or transferred to hospitals near their hometowns.

The team’s bus and a semi truck hauling peat moss collided while the bus was on the way to a playoff game in northeastern Saskatchewan on April 6.

RCMP have said the truck was in an intersection at the time of the crash, but it’s too early to say what happened and whether charges will be laid.

The Canadian Press

Two Humboldt Broncos No Longer in Critical Condition

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