I get many truck crash videos via the forwarding frenzy that is Whatsapp (owned by facebook, and clamping down on forwarding). Most are in Punjabi, since most truckers in Canada are from that part of the world.
I offer these mainly to show what a real truck wreckage scene looks like, unlike the Humboldt Hockey Hoax footage.
Punjabi’s are great users of technology, and always have the smartphone video rolling.
Hoax events never have real smartphone footage.
This video features a cab detached from the chassis, with the driver still in it.
Transport Canada says it will soon require all newly built highway buses to have seatbelts.
The federal department said Wednesday it will make seatbelts mandatory on medium and large highway buses starting Sept. 1, 2020.
Mandatory seatbelt use on buses has been in the spotlight since April 6 when a bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team collided with a semi-truck in rural Saskatchewan. Sixteen people were killed and 13 others were injured.
A lawsuit filed by the parents of one of the players this week asked for a court order requiring all buses carrying sports teams in Saskatchewan to be equipped with seatbelts.
We can only hope all parents are this civic minded when their children die.
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I’m not against the new rules, just against how they get pushed to the front. Are all laws born from noble lies?
Mandatory entry-level driver training (MELT) is coming to the trucking industry in Alberta, with an expected implementation date in January 2019.
Alberta’s minister of transportation, Brian Mason, made the announcement today at the Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) office in Calgary, saying in the wake of the tragedy involving a tractor-trailer and the Humboldt Broncos team bus, the need to address driver training was moved to the front burner.
The Humboldt Hockey Hoax/fix Saskatchewan’s intersections psyOp brigade is getting bored and/or more creative.
They’re writing for HHH chief researcher @Xileffelix now: B. Shurrrrrr man!
An Ontario woman who was on a cross-country tractor tour with her husband to promote Canada’s dairy industry has died in a collision with a semi north of Saskatoon. Bettina Schuurmans, 55, from Elmira, Ont., died in the crash Monday morning on Hwy. 16, while her husband, Henk, was injured and is recovering in hospital.
Just in case you forgot Canada’s biggest hoax to date, just in time for Canada Day, we have this downer.
What is it about head ons in rural Saskatchewan? We will have to wait for the answer. Roundabouts at every intersection, paid for by federal dollars?
A small Saskatchewan community is mourning the death of a former Humboldt Broncos player and his young family, who were among the six people who died in a car crash in southwestern Saskatchewan on Friday.
Officials identified Troy Gasper, 26, his wife Carissa Gasper, 28, and their three children as five of the victims of the fatal crash near Elrose, Sask.
What is it with this tiny place in Canada? Are they now the hub for crazy/fake news? In 10 years this guy has almost been killed twice by flying debris? What are the [incredibly unlikely] odds?
If there was never anything happening in Humboldt before this year, then there sure is now. Perhaps a new industry for this farm area.
A Saskatoon man says he was cut on the forehead and suffered a concussion after an axe came flying through his truck’s windshield. Mackenzie Peddle says he doesn’t remember getting hit in the face while he was driving home to Saskatoon from Yorkton, Sask., earlier this month.
Humboldt RCMP said Tuesday they were looking for the public’s help in the investigation.
Peddle said it’s not the first time something has flown through his windshield while he was driving on the highway.
He said about a decade ago, he was driving his car when a long piece of rebar fell off a truck, bounced off the pavement and pierced the windshield on the driver’s side — missing him by inches.
Another psylly psytory to try and normalize the idea that coroners, parents, and doctors mix up dead and dying patients all the time. Do the psy writers really think that the public perceives authorities as bumbling idiots?
This story meant to offset the unbelievablely bad hockey hoax body mixup.
Medicine Crane questioned the worker about the nose ring. “He just looked at me and said, ‘Oh, it could have been while the vehicle was rolling around and, like, got stuck in her nose.’”
“That was what his answer was. And I was just trying to make sense of it.”
Good cut for GoFundMe. The Toronto Van Attack hoaxsters set up their own swindleraising foundation to avoid fees. My guess is the actors will get far less than $500K each – I’m sure the corporations used to set up the scam will get the lion’s share and only dispense a small monthly annuity. Wouldn’t it be great if one of the actors squawked over their pittance?
“The GoFundMe campaign raised $15.175 million, approximately,” said Garinger. “After the deduction of fees charged by GoFundMe, the net amount the memorial fund anticipates receiving from the donated monies is … right around $14.7 million. Read more: St. Albert Humboldt committee to announce legacy campaign details later this month Humboldt Broncos face off against Saskatchewan league in trademark fight for #HumboldtStrong Humboldt Broncos returning for 2018-19 hockey season “One hundred pe
On a side note, a Jr. Fakeologist noted that one of the cuter vicsim hockey player’s instagram profile picture changed – after he “died”. It now includes his girlfriend. I’m sure they can come up with a suitable lie to explain that, but it was creepy to see “dead” people’s virtual lives change after the fact.
Further to the idea that psyops create confusion to obfuscate the idea that the obits of vicsims are by their very nature fictitious.
Some families of Humboldt Broncos bus crash victims are surprised to learn that error-riddled obituaries of their loved ones have been posted on a website that’s selling flowers, as well as online memorial candles, and that the site isn’t donating the money.
Eleven of the 16 people who died when the Saskatchewan Junior B hockey team’s bus collided with a semi on April 6 are listed on the Everhere website, which calls itself one of North America’s largest databases for obituaries.
…how big this would get. Way to go Canada! You can be as deceived as easily as anyone in the world! Magic trucks! Magic medical stories! All compressed into a couple of weeks from tragedy, recovery, and payday!
Looks like they’re listening to Kenny Feinberg after all.
In just two days, on Wednesday, the online donation page will be closed and taken offline.
That foundation will aim to support players, employees, families and volunteers of the team, but also first responders, emergency services personnel, teams, athletes, related organizations and communities affected by the crash and its aftermath.