Four dead in bus crash in western Canada

A coach crashed Saturday evening (local time) on a highway about 330 kilometers east of Vancouver in the state of British Columbia. Four people died and dozens were injured. Federal police said on Sunday that the bus probably left the road because of the ice.

According to the regional health authority, 53 bus passengers were admitted to four hospitals after the crash. 36 of them were treated with injuries of varying severity. On Sunday morning, eight people were still in hospital, two of whom were in mortal danger.

Arctic winter storm wreaks havoc

British Columbia Premier David Eby said he was “shocked and saddened”. He thanked first responders and rescue workers and said his thoughts are with the crash victims and their families.

All Canada has been hit by heavy snowstorms since Friday. A winter storm in the Arctic caused traffic chaos across much of North America and caused numerous fatal accidents. Many people found themselves stuck in the way of their family with whom they would spend Christmas and new year’s eve wanted to celebrate.

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