Humboldt mourns bus crash victims in emotional vigil

The Humboldt Broncos, the community, and the nation grieved as one Sunday night as hundreds gathered in Humboldt, Saskatchewan to mourn those killed and injured in Friday's tragic bus crash.

In a vigil at the Broncos' arena, team president Kevin Garinger struggled to hold back tears as he read aloud the names of the victims.

The vigil was organized by the provincial government and local faith leaders, according to CBC News' Guy Quenneville.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in attendance.

Of the 29 people on board the Broncos' bus Friday night, 15 died. One injured player has been released from hospital.

Humboldt mourns bus crash victims in emotional vigil
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