“When it rolled, all the debris trapped people in,” Stone said. “Basically we just had to go in, gently remove items, so we can free people. “Most of the passengers from what I understand [have] minor injuries — broken bones, cuts, bruises — but I didn’t hear of any life-threatening injuries.” The Saskatchewan Health Authority said two people were sent to a hospital in Regina; the rest were treated and released. Stone said the rollover took pace when more of those on board were asleep, saying the riders “just had their socks on and no coats. We had to give them blankets to keep warm.”
WATCH: A bus carrying members of Shania Twain’s crew was involved in a rollover on Highway 1 east of Wolseley, Sask., Wednesday morning. @KlassicKatt has more on the 13 people taken to hospital.READ: https://t.co/eYcjlrGnWZ pic.twitter.com/HQe3Io58El — Global Regina (@GlobalRegina) November 9, 2023
This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.