At least 15 people were killed after a bus carrying a Canadian junior hockey team crashed in the western province of Saskatchewan on the way to a game on Friday.
The deadly crash occurred around 5 pm Friday on Highway 35 in Saskatchewan, about 150 miles northeast of Saskatoon, according to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
There were 29 people on the bus, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said. Fifteen people were initially taken to the hospital, one of whom died Saturday.
The hockey team, the Humboldt Broncos, belongs to a league for players between the ages of 16 and 20. Canadian police haven’t released the names or ages of anyone involved in the crash.
The crash prompted a wide showing of national grieving and support in Canada, where hockey is a symbol of national pride and many young people play.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted his support for Humboldt.
Martyrs Memorial ‘A’ Division League Football: Army beats Brigade Boys
KATHMANDU- The departmental team, Nepal Army, beat the Brigade Boys Club in the first match of the seventh round games played today under the Martyrs Memorial ‘A’ Division League Football Championship.
The match was held at the All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) complex in Lalitpur.
Army edged Brigade Boys, one goal to nil. Tanka Basnet became the star player for the Army as the lone goal he converted Santosh Budhathoki’s pass ball into a goal through a header in the 67th minute which sealed the fate of the match.
Army’s Tek Bahadur Budhathoki was declared the Man of the Match. The Army is in the fourth position in the points table. It has 17 points from seven games. Brigade Boys is in the 11th place with four points from seven games.Follow @gorkhapost