Tuesday , January 18 2022

According to the Humboldt crash driver, it is believed that the bus is not colliding, says the court document


Humboldt Broncos fell by half a bus at 100 km / h and the driver was not aware of it, according to a document obtained by CBC News.

"The braking of the Traction Unit did not make a distinction between the tires," the crown and the defense were judged by Jaskirat Singh Sidhu in the driver's case.

Melfort, Sask., In the provincial court, on Tuesday morning, was guilty of Sidhu who committed 16 dangerous diseases and death and the guides that cause bodily harm were dangerous. On April 6, 2018, the Sidhu truck hit the Humboldt Broncos bus coach while playing at Nipawin while playing with Sask. Sixteen people were killed and 13 injured in the crash.

CBC News secured a five-page report entitled "Constitutional Court Report Recovery" according to RCMP, following a brief but emotional hearing. Not submitted to court.

He says Sidhus entered the intersection at 86-96 km / h at a speed. Although this 1,2 meter wide (4 meter) stop signal, there is a red light with a bright upper and an intersection of 400 meters, 300 meters, 200 meters and 100 meters high.

When Singh approached Highway 335, the bus driver was driving down the 35 highway, according to the statement.

The bus stopped bending the brakes and slammed 24 meters off, he said.

"The driver of the bus did not help with the collision," he says. "Mr. Sidhu's actions when the Semi-Tractor Unit is unexpectedly affected".

The "T-boned" of the bus is sent to the hole.

According to the statement, the environmental factors that cause crash were not as sunlight or weather conditions. The nearby trees were not obstructed and were "essential".

The documents were not factors of alcohol and drugs. Sidhu was not even a mobile phone helper.

Sidhu has said that "he failed to hear that his vehicle was approaching a meeting point and not paying attention to the signal."

Pity for compassion

Outside of the court, he read the statement prepared by the Sidhu lawyers, saying that his client feels very pleasing and very serious.

"My position was," I want to blame, "said Mark Brayford.

"Sidhu advised me:" I do not do anything worse ".

Jaskirat Singh Sidhu's lawyer Mark Brayford read out a statement prepared outside the Melfort provincial court. He said that the client wanted to "blame". 1:10

The ruling begins on January 28

The lawyer continued, saying that Sidhu is being destroyed by families.

"The affliction and kindness of the families and players are fascinated by the fact that their pain has failed."

Judge Inez Cardinal said that the ruling should begin on March 28 in Melfort and will be ready for three to five days, depending on the number of victims to be considered. Safety screenings will be at the disposal of those entering the building.

Scott Thomas lost his son to Evan's son and Humboldt Broncos's bus crash on the highway crash. 0:25

Scott Thomas, the father of the victims of Krasha and the player Humboldt Bronco Evan Thomas, turned away from Sidhu as guilty.

"It means a lot," he said. "His words to listen to him was a blameless act".

Thomas Sidhu was in court for many days. On Tuesday, Thomas immediately approached the court.

"I felt … no question," he said. "To be close, my heart was sure to do it".

Thomas was not worried about the duration of Sidhu's sentence.


"If he has spent 10 years, [that] time is irrelevant. He was guilty, and he admitted. "

Thomas also wants to see a permanent crash configuration. From the Earth, many people set crowns and other memorials on the site.

"Everything that is going to happen will be an impressive and heartbreak," he said.

"I think it will be a place for people to stop constantly, because they enter the ground. Fourteen people were removed from the face of the earth."

In a statement, Humboldt Broncos hockey team said he was seduced as being guilty of Sidhu and there would be no trial.

"I command Mr. Sidhu to take responsibility for his actions and to save the family and survivors from the seriousness and blend of this tragedy in the court," said group president Jamie Brockman.


The punishment of a criminal offense is 14 years, for every dangerous driver that causes death, and for every 10 years of accidental driving that causes accidents.

The crash occurred at the intersection of two busy motorways. Saskatchewan's government has previously installed rumor lists, lights, signals, and road markers.

The accident has made international headlines and sponsors a junior hockey team from around the world. The GoFundMe campaign has spent 15 million dollars amongst the victims and their families.

Sukhmander Singh, Adesh Deol Trucking Ltd. and owner and director of the Sidhu employers face eight faces of failure to comply with various security and record maintenance crashes during the crash.

Sidhu was not hurt, he denounced $ 1,000 in July due to a lack of conditions and passport in July.

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