THOUSANDS HONOUR HUMBOLT ON NATIONAL JERSEY DAY

Apr 12, 2018

By Andy Johnson

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You’ll see thousands of Canadians wearing hockey jerseys today as part of a campaign to support victims of the horrific Humboldt Bronco’s bus crash.
“National Jersey Day” was organized by some hockey moms in Langley, B.C. to let Humboldt, Saskatchewan know it’s not alone in its grief.
The death toll in the crash rose to 16 yesterday with the passing of 24-year old Dayna Brons.  She was the team’s athletic therapist and suffered major head injuries in last Friday’s crash.
Today, the first of the funerals will be held.  29-year-old Tyler Bieber, the team’s play by play announcer, will he remembered in a ceremony at the Broncos’ home arena.
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