12 of the survivors are still in a Saskatoon Hospital, and four are in critical condition.
"There's been some students that are afraid to get on their school bus, afraid to go on field trips on buses and things like that".
"With people being on a hockey team, I think dynamics of losing a fellow brother, or a fellow player, it hits home", Zywina said.
The 24-year-old had been the athletic therapist for the Humboldt Broncos since 2016.
"I, like everyone else, am feeling the emptiness, despair and helplessness that all of us feel", said Nitehawks coach Terry Jones. "She was surrounded by those she loved and those who loved her". He said it had not been involved in any collisions before Friday. As the hockey trainer, I was the first medic on scene, and it was always going through my head, what might happen, what supplies I had, who I had with me, who I could get to help me triage, in case of the unimaginable. "I can't imagine [the] dads getting the same call I got".
They are, invariably, heading to play in small towns like Humboldt where the Elgar Peterson Arena seats 1,800 and the entire population is just under 6,000.
It is estimated that hundreds of people, from emergency room nurses to passersby who came across the accident and stopped to help, came face-to-face with disaster that night. On Wednesday, she died from her injuries, according to the Saskatchewan Health Authority.
"It's still too soon for that level of detail and the distribution of funds will take time to organize", Rachel Hollis said in an email.
"This is unprecedented in Saskatchewan's history", he said.
"My kids all played rep and minor hockey, spring hockey", he said.
"All I can say is miracles do exist", Isaac Labelle wrote Monday on Facebook.
Ryan's job at the gym is on hold but his friends have no doubt that he will succeed and be involved in hockey in some way in the future. "The philosophy in fire services is starting to change from, "I'm a big tough firefighter. Canadian teachers organized this event".
He said he felt at a loss as emergency crews worked to save those they could. "Even though we're not even in the district of the area, but just the connection that everybody has, of knowing what it's like". The books will be compiled into one and copies provided to the Humboldt Bronco organization. "Each of us has such power to save lives, to soften the grief of our families, to take away from them the burden of not knowing what our wishes are".
Tim MacKinnon, who serves as chaplain to the Fire Department and Police Service, said in a tragedy like this, one tends to think of their own children and families, and urged people to be honest about the feelings that come up in dealing with this tragedy.
Brost, the paramedic, is experiencing symptoms she never has before in her career. As a hockey parent, she put her kids on buses many times without a second thought.
10 opportunities gone, I would've loved to see these guys continue to grow, and see what they would've become, but even heaven needs a hockey team, and apparently you guys made the cut, without trying out.
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