Trudeau Thanks Responders For Their 'Quick Action' After The Columbia Icefields Crash
He also wished a speedy recovery to those who've been hurt.
The Prime Minister has shared his condolences. On July 19, Justin Trudeau responded to the news of the Columbia Icefields bus crash.
In his short message, the PM shared his wishes with the families of those affected by the bus rollover, and sent a note of support to those injured by the crash.
Trudeau went on to thank the first responders who attended the scene, praising their “quick action and hard work.”
On July 18, three people died and many were injured when ain Jasper National Park. 14 people are believed to be in a critical condition.
The RCMP is investigating the cause of the accident, with help from a collision analyst.
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