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All but one of 10 workers injured in Saskatchewan crash out of hospital

September 15, 2018 5:20 PM
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KERROBERT, SASK. — A spokesman for the company that employs 10 workers who were hurt in a crash between a semitruck and a bus in Saskatchewan says all but one have been released from hospital.

Paul Stuckless, corporate safety manager for O.J. Pipelines, says the workers were travelling to Kindersley, Sask., from a work site when their bus was struck by a grain truck in Kerrobert on Friday afternoon.

RCMP say three people were taken to a hospital in Saskatoon, and seven others were taken to local hospitals.

Police did not release the nature or extent of the injuries, but noted that the driver of the grain truck was not hurt.

Chris Bunz said he was driving by and saw the semitruck in the middle of the intersection and a white bus lying on its side in the shoulder, dented but with windows intact.


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