City Lowers Flags to Half-Mast in Recognition of Hockey Highway Tragedy
In recognition of the Humboldt Broncos hockey team and the lives lost in Friday night’s highway bus tragedy, the City is lowering all flags to half-mast at civic facilities across Saskatoon. It is a small way of acknowledging the impact on the hockey community and people all across the province, and further today.
Mayor Charlie Clark says, “We are all devastated by the tragic bus crash of the Humboldt Broncos hockey team.
These players and staff have family and friends throughout our whole province. They have touched us all.
Saskatoon will offer support in any way we can as we all try to come to terms with the impacts of this heartbreaking accident. We have our Police, Fire, and Ambulance members all on the scene, providing emergency management and wellness supports.
Sincere thanks to everyone who helped out last night and who continues to provide support, from emergency responders, to the media keeping us updated, to the community members who are providing comfort in this time of deep sadness.
The City of Saskatoon will be lowering flags to half-mast in recognition of lives lost in this tragedy.”