Humboldt Hockey Bus Crash hoax: compressed time for a compressed spine

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A couple of days later after breaking his (lumbar) spine for a total paralysis from the waist down injury, this guy is slumped in bed without any sign of a brace with PM Boflex?

This is an example of a made-for-tv-movie timeline, where the general TV educated public is conditioned to believe that dramatic, traumatic medical episodes that normally take weeks and even years to stabilize are solved in a 44 minute tell-a-lie-vision hour.

Completely ridiculous, of course, and more proof you are dealing with a fabricated event.

WATCH: The parents of Ryan Straschnitzki, one of the Humboldt Broncos players injured in Friday’s bus crash say their son is paralyzed from the waist down, but say he’s strong and a fighter.

Source: ‘This is a young man that is not going to quit’: Airdrie bus crash survivor recovers after surgery | Globalnews.caPrime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks with Humboldt Broncos crash survivor Ryan Straschnitzki in hospital on April 8, 2018.

8 thoughts on “Humboldt Hockey Bus Crash hoax: compressed time for a compressed spine

  1. xileffilex

    Another remarkable healing injury, that of Matthieu Gomercic
    Gomercic suffered several lacerations, an injured jaw and broken shoulder, according to Donna Mikkola, who was the player’s billet family in Steinbach.

    Mikkola confirmed Gomercic’s condition Friday night via Matthieu’s parents, Joanne and Rob, who are in Saskatchewan with their son. They couldn’t be reached for comment on Saturday.
    source April 7 2018

    strangely, his uncle Hubert Girard has a different story
    Matthieu Gomercic was sitting in the back row of the Humboldt Broncos team bus when the crash occurred.
    His uncle said that because of the head injury Mr. Gomercic sustained, he doesn’t remember much of the destruction
    Doctors told Mr. Gomercic on Sunday that the hemorrhaging had stopped, prompting the left-winger to say goodbye to his fellow survivors at Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon before making the hour-long trip back to Humboldt for a vigil where the country watched as a community knit together by the team attempted to reconcile its loss in real time.

    Mr. Gomercic and Nick Shumlanski are the only Broncos confirmed to have been discharged from the hospital.
    source April 9 2018

    On the other hand, we have a third story…
    Matthieu Gomercic’s survival was a “miracle” and his injuries were minor, the friend said.
    source also April 7

    However, we learn here that Mikkola spoke to Gomercic by phone, so that ought to be the true story, right?
    source April 9 2018
    but the same article quotes his mother…
    While Matthieu Gomercic’s mom told CBC News she isn’t ready to speak publicly just yet, she confirmed the 20-year-old, who escaped with minor injuries, headed straight to the Humboldt arena upon his release.

    Another remarkable recovery, allowing him to do the Jeff Bauman bit at the Winnipeg Jets game, April 21 2018…
    The crowd rose to their feet and cheered after the P.A. announcer asked the audience to “please give a warm welcome to Matthieu Gomercic and his family.”
    He looks a little uneasy in the photo. Perhaps he’s confused about the various reported injuries he is supposed to have suffered.

  2. xileffilex

    Recovery continues back home in Alberta, hear his mates…
    April 19 2018
    “I think he’s happy about being closer to home”

    Ryan, who turns 19 on Friday, flew home with his mother Thursday morning on a MedEvac plane.
    “The care we got here in Saskatchewan was phenomenal. Everyone was great. So, I think he’ll miss that part but he is closer to home and now all his buddies can come see him,” Tom said.

    “There’s going to be a tidal wave of friends coming so that should perk him up

    Rayn [sic] will continue his recovery at the Foothills Hospital in Calgary, his father said, adding that he’s still in a considerable amount of pain.
    “They figure about two, three months of rehab and trying to train him to be an individual and do it himself,” Tom said. “That’s just a ballpark figure.”

    “Six people remained in hospital as of 2:15 p.m. Thursday, two of them in critical condition, the Saskatchewan Health Authority said in an update on patient condition.”

    Strangely we never see these people, and they don’t seem to get bedside visits from Trudeau & Ceau

  3. xileffilex

    He’s actually sitting up in bed, so we’re told, on the 9th April, within 3 days.…

    Monday when therapists helped him sit up for the very first time. **

    He was also chatty in bed, laying out the official narrative of the ‘crash’
    “All of a sudden the bus driver screamed ‘whoa’ and I looked up and the semi driver was crossing our path,”
    True to the tight-knit nature of the Broncos bunch he was so proud to play for, Straschnitzki’s immediate thoughts turned to helping out.

    “I kept calling out guys’ names and asking if there was anything I could do,” said Straschnitzki from his bed at Saskatoon’s Royal University Hospital Tuesday.

    “All I wanted to do was just help my teammates, but I just couldn’t move my legs.
    “I had a couple teammates lying in front of me. I was in shock and didn’t know what to think.
    “Nick Shumlanski had blood on his face and he was moaning in pain. Logan Boulet was next to him. Then I saw Bryce Fiske – his head was up and he had blood on his face but I wasn’t sure what was going on. I later found out in the hospital what had happened to him.”

    “We had people who had pulled over their cars who didn’t want to lift me because they didn’t know what was wrong – I said I couldn’t feel my legs so they didn’t move my neck and they waited for the ambulance,” he said.
    “I laid on the ground for at least 10 minutes, then they picked me up and rushed me to the Nipawin hospital and that’s all I remember.”

    ** But it’s not just his spine….
    A broken left clavicle, broken ribs, internal bleeding in the head all contribute to his daily pain, but it’s a spinal fracture that has doctors telling him the prognosis of him walking again is not good.

    He must be made of iron.

    More [posthumous] heroics reported in the same article –
    [Logan] Boulet was fatally wounded in the crash but was kept on life support long enough to have his organs donated to six patients in need, as per his instructions on the organ donor card he signed after his recent 21st birthday

    And in another bed, we have another hoax favorite, the induced coma…
    Dayna Brons, the female trainer, 25

    1. xileffilex

      oh no! Hoax narrative development –…
      Family and friends had been waiting anxiously, hoping the 24-year-old athletic therapist would pull through after she suffered serious head trauma. Her aunt, Audrey Hopfner, visited her niece yesterday and felt optimistic that she looked better and would recover.

      Instead, on Wednesday afternoon, Hopfner received word her niece had died, news that left her speechless.

      but how do you “look better” in an “induced coma” ? Aunt?

      “Joyful smile”
      The doggy photo should get donations over $10m now……

      According to a statement released by her family Wednesday, “Dayna passed away peacefully this afternoon as a result of her injuries. She was surrounded by those she loved and those who loved her.”

  4. xileffilex

    Dad “He’s paralysed from the ..”
    Mum [whispers] “Chest down”
    Dad “Chest down”
    [from 0.20 in the video]
    although it translates as “waist down in the video and article”. Hmmmm

    “He asked if he could hop in a wheelchair and boot around…they said not yet” LoL! Steady on, you’ve broken your back and are paralysed, lad.

    He “keeps looking at the picture of the bus…has survivor remorse…”
    Like you do, “can I see that picture of the wrecked bus again, nurse?”

    The phone call from the bus…
    “because of the carnage he couldn’t call anybody”
    “one of Ryans [indistinct] called us 3 hours later”

    He was “lying on the road and couldn’t move…wanted to help but he couldn’t move” “It’s Tom, I’m with Ryan, he’s alive”” Can I talk to him? ” “No there’s too much carnage here I’ll try and call you later”
    Three,Four hours later he’s in Nipawan hospital where he calls his dad “Hi dad, I’m alive”… [broken back, paralysed]

    The hospitals, who have to be part of the psy-op, are squirming
    The ‘patients’ need “time and space” i.e media keep away…

    and the hospitals won’t comment on the body mix-up…

    This is a Boston Marathon impact event [drill speak below]…

    A great media event which will run and run.

  5. xileffilex

    His mum wishes she had a “time machine” to go back.…

    i think they all need a Polygraph machine.

    More hoax management…. a [pregnant of course] hero emerges who was “driving past” and her car got hit by crash wreckage. Suuuuuure

    Celina Moostoos says her niece, Kelsey Fiddler, was driving from Melfort to Nipawin on Friday when debris from the fatal collision hit her vehicle. According to Moostoos, Kelsey managed to pull her car full of passengers to the side of the road and avoid the wreckage. The collision between the team bus and semi trailer-tractor unit took place Friday around 5 p.m. on Highway 35 about 30 kilometres north of Tisdale.
    Fiddler, who is 28 weeks pregnant, started to experience labour pains after calling 911 and snapping photos of the horrific scene.
    According to a widely-shared Facebook post, Fiddler initially refused to take space in an ambulance to make room for the Broncos hockey players and staff on the bus. She later confirmed through her aunt that she shared an ambulance ride from Victoria Hospital in Prince Albert to Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon, where hospital staff monitored her through the weekend…
    No photos, no ambulances.

    Who was “first on the scene”? We always need first responders don’t we?…

    Jessica Brost, a paramedic from nearby Nipawin who was among the first on the scene, knew as soon as she got the call about the accident that it was the bus carrying the Broncos to their game in Nipawin that night.

    Strange that no exact times for calls have been published.

    Her colleague Lyle Moffatt, who had just retired after a long career as a paramedic, was called back into service Friday. He believes he will need counselling to recover from what he experienced Friday, but even knowing that, he said he would not have opted out of the call.

    It is estimated that hundreds of people, from emergency room nurses to passersby who came across the accident and stopped to help, came face-to-face with disaster that night.

    and not a single photo other than the few officially sanctioned ones.
    John McPhaden, a Tisdale crane operator, was called to the crash scene Friday to help with the “poor young fellows” who had not survived. He used his crane to hoist the bus’s roof, torn off on impact with the tractor-trailer, so that the first responders could reach the four or five bodies buried beneath the debris.

    The quickly removed truck – [no photos of its removal or the “big crane” lift image. No photos of it being transported to Saskatoon. Odd.]…

    And naturally the truck driver [alleged] had only just started working for Sukhmander Singh of Calgary.

    A fascinating psy-op.

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