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Humboldt Broncos

Jaskirat Singh Sidhu is a permanent resident who "considers Canada his home," his lawyer says.
Ryan Straschnitzki says he was at a "loss for words" after taking his steps since the bus crash.
"I was bawling," Ryan Straschnitzki's mother says after he takes steps.
Ryan Straschnitzki was left paralyzed after a deadly April 2018 collision in Saskatchewan, but he’s seeing progress in his
The Straschnitzki family returned to a newly renovated home.
Sixteen people were killed and 13 others were injured in the deadly accident.
The hockey player spent a month in a coma and is learning to talk and walk again.
Sixteen people died in the tragedy and 13 were injured.
Last April, a semi-truck barrelled through a stop sign at a rural intersection and was struck by the Broncos' bus.
Ryan Straschnitzki was paralyzed from the chest down in the bus crash.