Metro Vancouver has its jerseys out for Humboldt

From school kids to firefighters, thousands of people across Metro Vancouver are donning hockey jerseys today in a show of support for the victims of the Humboldt bus accident.

Sixteen people died after a bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team to a playoff game collided with a semi-trailer on rural Saskatchewan road Friday. Thirteen others were injured, some of them critically.

The #jerseysforhumboldt campaign was started by Langley hockey mom Jennifer Pinch who wanted the people of Humboldt to know that they not alone and there is a country behind them.

In a Facebook post, Pinch urged people from around the world to post photos of themselves wearing a hockey jersey with the jerseysforhumboldt hashtag.

#JerseysforHumboldt Delta Police have Humboldt Broncos in our hearts & Prayers​ @deltapolice

— Cst Ken Usipiuk (@CstUsipiuk) April 12, 2018

#JerseysForHumboldt: Are you wearing yours? Send us your photos. #JerseyDay

— Breakfast Television Vancouver (@BT_Vancouver) April 12, 2018

The morning crew supporting #jerseysforhumboldt @Sportsnet650 #TheStartingLineUp @JamesCybulski @CoreyHirsch and Producer JFK

— Mira Laurence (@laurence_mira) April 12, 2018

M3 supporting #jerseysforhumboldt #humboltstrong

— M3 (@MSquared4) April 12, 2018

@cyclonetaylor , #JerseysForHumboldt , #HumboldtStrong , @mrlube #MRWash , #VanCity @Beatler @Canucks @HumboldtBroncos

— Joshua Coghlan – IG 》 (@JCog88) April 12, 2018

Wearing my Canucks Jersey for #jerseysforhumboldt

— Suleiman Damji (@SuleimanDamji) April 12, 2018

Thinking about the Broncos crew today! #JerseysForHumboldt #humboldt broncos #humboldtsrong #jerseysforhumbolt #paladinsecurity

— Mike Lantz (@PaladinMikeL) April 12, 2018

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Source:: Vancouver Sun

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