Former Humboldt Broncos player and family killed in car accident


just months after the town of Humboldt was shattered by a bus crash that killed 16 people and Olivia stefanovic reports there’s a sad parallels between these two stories Adam krejcir was just getting to know the gaspar’s the young family of 5 had recently moved on to Chrysler Street in Rosetown Saskatchewan Camille noticeably A lot quieter for quite a while here along with their three children ages 6 4 and 2 they were traveling on this curve part of Highway for north of Al Rose about 30 minutes from their home when they collided with another vehicle charged grass marks the spot a 71 year old woman from Swift also died she has not yet been identified other places we’ve lived across his problems we’re just one one family just isn’t there anymore like this even more sell by the fact that Less Than 3 months after the humble Broncos bus crash claimed 16 lives in the province Gasper used to play for the Broncos between 2009 and 2011 and used to play with Gasper he got the news last night just got the boys laughing and ready to play again and you know it’s always count on him as a friend but answers will take longer the cause of the Collision still under investigation Olivia stefanovic cbcnews elrose Saskatchewan the Roughriders greeted current Broncos players and family members of some of the victim Broncos and Humboldt strong merchandise was also sold for at the new Mosaic Stadium proceeds will go to help the families affected by April’s deadly crash
Former Humboldt Broncos player Troy Gasper and his family were killed in a car accident on Friday. CBC’s Olivia Stefanovich reports.
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