Humboldt Broncos trainer Dayna Brons dies from injuries suffered in crash

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Murdocco said while the actual agenda for Thursday's vigil is still coming together, people are being encouraged to wear their sports jerseys and buckets will be stationed at the door for donations to help the families of those affected by the crash in Saskatchewan.

Jennifer Myers, York's executive director of athletics, said Cross had been a significant part of York's sports community.

"The parents and families who've been touched by this tragedy, we feel for them", Murdocco said. "Sometimes I'm the first on the scene, it's heart-wrenching thing to see ..." One woman, standing under the Canadian, provincial and Bay Roberts flags at half mast just down the road from the school, said she was especially struck when she saw Parker Tobin's picture - he looked just like his uncle as a kid.

Lacrosse and soccer teams that Ms. Brons also worked with offered their support for the keen, happy trainer on social media.

"To try to hear from every person that Mark connected with here at York, you wouldn't have time to hear from them all", said Shayne Rover.

Athletic therapist Dayna Brons has become the 16th victim of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash. "She was surrounded by those she loved and those who loved her", the statement reads, as reported by CTV.

In this provided photo, a book of condolence for the Humboldt Broncos has been set up at the South Dundas municipal office at 34 Ottawa Street in Morrisburg, Ont.

Murdocco said the vigil will offer an opportunity for the Tri-Cities to reach out to the people of Humboldt who are grieving their loss. Among the fatalities were the Broncos head coach, players and the bus driver.

On Wednesday, Luke Jackiw of the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health said the province had received thousands of requests for stickers that residents can apply to their health card to indicate they'd like to donate their organs.

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