The hockey community and country are grieving after a fatal bus collision.

Emergency services, along with STARS, were dispatched to a bus and semi-truck collision on Highway 35, about 30 kilometres north of Tisdale in Saskatchewan.

Members of the Humboldt Broncos were traveling to Nipawin on Friday (Apr.6) for a playoff game. 

Police have confirmed 28 people were on the bus including the driver. Fifteen have died and 14 are in hospital with a variety of injuries. Three of the injured are in critical condition.

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Ten of the Broncos are from Alberta, including players from Edmonton and St. Albert. A player from Airdrie has survived.

A GoFundMe campaign has been set up for the team. In 18 hours nearly 1.3 Million Dollars have been raised.

The Broncos are part of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, a league for players between the ages of 16 through 20.

For the latest information go to Discover Humbolt.

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