A sixteenth victim has perished as a result of the devastating accident involving the Humboldt Broncos bus that took place Friday, April 6th on Highway 35 approximately 30 kms north of Tisdale.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Broncos’ athletic therapist Dayna Brons passed away peacefully surrounded by those she loved and who loved her.
In a statement, the family said that “Dayna will be remembered for her joyful smile, and her passion and love of sport.” Brons, who was from Lake Lenore, located northeast of Humboldt joined the Broncos’ organization in 2016 and was “extremely proud to be a part of the Broncos family.”
The family also expressed their gratitude to the first responders, emergency staff and to all that have cared for Dayna over the last few days for their support. Additionally, the family expressed a thank you to “everyone across Saskatchewan and Canada for their love and prayers during this very difficult time.”
In a statement from the Saskatchewan Health Authority on Monday, April 9th, 12 victims of the accident remained in hospital, a number that included Brons. At that time, four patients remained in critical condition, four in serious condition and four in stable condition.