Officers at all levels state their thoughts and feelings. The first respondents, after a confrontation with a double-dual-OC transporter, survived three lives at the Ontario Train Station.
This incident is on Friday. 3:50 AM 23 wounded.
Neaphan's MP recalled another catastrophic incident with a bus OC Trans bus in Barreven 2013.
I wish to express my deep regrets to all the victims of the brutal collision of the Ottawa bus crash with the families of the victims and the tragedy of today. Thank you for the first respondents who were quick to help – we closely monitor the situation.
– Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) January 12, 2019
After the clashes that had taken place at Ottawa's Wedroro train station, the lives of the casualties and injured were destroyed. My thoughts are with victims and their families today. Thank you for the first response to working for the victims.
– Doug Ford (@fordford) January 11, 2019
The bad news on Ottawa. Our thoughts are busy with those at Westborough and the family of deceased people.
We are thankful for the emergency staff for the cold temperatures to help the victims.
– Andrea Horvat (@ André Harvath) January 11, 2019
A tragic day for our city. We are reminded of the terrible Barrodana OC / VIA crash, and how difficult it is for those who are affected by the crash of the poor, the poor and our first respondents for the affected families? We are a strong and supportive community. https://t.co/d6lwzmeeXF
– Lisa McClelland (@MacLeodLisa) January 12, 2019
I heard about this terrible incident at the Broadborough Railway Station. With my first thoughts and with their families. I ask the staff to give them all the resources they need during this difficult time. 1/2
– Jim Watson (@Whatchton Console) January 11, 2019
Last Updated Dead Sea: Our operations have been completed and we have cleared the site. There are 23 deaths and 3 deaths. Our curiosity and their families, our thoughts and prayers. Thank you for all the kind words sent to us.
– Ottawa Paradise Club (@ Ottawa Gardens) January 12, 2019
Our concern is with all the tragic bus crashes #Attacho today. If you are looking for loved ones you can contact the Red Cross on 1 855 797 8875.
– Red Cross Ontario (@RedCrossTalk) January 12, 2019
– OttawaMatters.com/Rogers Media