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Flowers placed on vehicles of Humboldt Broncos players who didn’t make it home

Flowers placed on vehicles of Humboldt Broncos players who didn’t make it home
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Flowers have been placed on several vehicles belonging to Humboldt Broncos players following the fatal bus crash which occurred Friday in Saskatchewan.

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As the community rallied around the Elgar Petersen Arena, home to the Humboldt Broncos , a row of cars remained stationary – because their owners were never able to claim them.

Humboldt residents placed flowers on the windshields of the cars, in tribute to the 15 people who died and the 14 others injured in the crash between the Broncos’ team bus and a semi-truck on April 6.
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