The mission of the foundation is to support everyone affected by the team's bus crash, including players, employees, families, volunteers, other hockey teams, emergency first responders and communities, he said, emphasizing that only money directed to the foundation will be considered as endorsed and sanctioned by the team.
Zablocki said the engine control modules had been recovered from the vehicles and taken by RCMP officers to California that week for further analysis. At this point, no charges have been laid and the RCMP would not reveal whether charges may be laid in the future.
It could be weeks or even months before police know why a truck was in a rural Saskatchewan intersection when it crashed with a bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos hockey team. RCMP say it is to soon in the investigation to say whether the truck driver blew through the stop sign.
"We have significant resources dedicated to the completion of the investigation". More interviews are scheduled.
Complex collision reconstruction investigations "are often measured in weeks and months, rather than days", he said.
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Over $15 million was raised for the Humboldt Broncos on GoFundMe following the tragic crash that killed 16 people.
According to an RCMP news release, investigators will be positioning vehicles similar to those involved in the crash to allow reconstructionists to take additional measurements and analyze sight lines.
Zablocki said the driver's level of experience, the size of his load and where he was headed will be part of the investigation.
The truck belonged to Calgary-based Adesh Deol Trucking Ltd. Humboldt resident Sylvie Kellington started the fundraising effort.
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.
Due to its investigation and scope, Zablocki said, the RCMP major crimes unit was leading the investigation, with assistance from specialized units including their forensic collision reconstruction teams, forensic identification services and their major case management unit.