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Bus crash in Canada leaves 14 dead, 15 injured

An emergency vehicle on the road.
An emergency vehicle is seen near the crash site after a bus carrying a junior ice hockey team collided with a semi-trailer truck. Photo: Kymber Rae / AFP / Getty Images

Fourteen people were killed on Friday in Canada's Saskatchewan province after a collision between a bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos junior league hockey team and a tractor-trailer, CNN reports.

The details: The team was heading to a playoff game when the crash occurred. At least 15 others sustained injuries, and three were in critical condition, per CNN. It hasn't yet been confirmed if the victims are players.