Driver in Humboldt Broncos crash could face 10 years in prison

Driver in Humboldt Broncos crash could face 10 years in prison

Approximately ten months ago a scary crash happened in Saskatchewan, experts believe it was not an accident. On April 6 last year 16 people were killed and 13 injured, when a westbound semi-trailer truck struck a northbound coach bus near Armley, Saskatchewan, Canada. The semi-trailer had failed to yield at a flashing stop sign at the intersection of Highways 35 and 335.

Jaskirat Singh Sidhu had 70 regulation violations in the days leading up to April 6, 2018, Humboldt Broncos bus crash. A logbook review found that a 30-year-old Sidhu violated 51 federal regulations and 19 Saskatchewan regulations between March 26th and April 6th.

He took full responsibility for the crash and stated the tragedy happened because of his inexperience as a driver.

Crown prosecutor Thomas Healey argued Sidhu should receive a 10-year prison sentence followed by a 10-year driving ban.

Jaskirat Singh Sidhu faces 16 charges of dangerous driving causing death and 13 charges of dangerous driving causing bodily harm in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash. He was not present in provincial court on November 27th.

The driver of the truck involved in the devastating Humboldt Broncos crash, Jaskirat Singh Sidhu, has pleaded guilty to all 29 charges against him. Ryan Kessler reports.

Sidhu’s lawyer appeared by telephone and asked for more time to review disclosure received from the Crown in the last few days. The Crown said the details come from a government report.

Such tragedy can never go away with time or be forgotten, the families of those who are not with us anymore will never forget and will never get over their loss, the hope is that with the hearing over and with the help of time, they might find some kind of closer and peace, and keep the memory of their loved ones, who left this world early. Our sincere condolences to those who suffered such great loss.

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