3 promising teenage hockey gamers died when the vehicle they ended up in crashed into a tree in Canada early Saturday morning, a report mentioned.
The boys have been declared lifeless at the scene immediately after the violent 2:45 a.m. wreck in Surrey, British Columbia, the Vancouver Sun documented, citing police.
The victims have been identified as 16-yr-olds Caleb Reimer and Ronin Sharma, and Parker Magnuson, 17 — all of whom played for the elite Delta Hockey Academy, the report claimed.
It was not promptly crystal clear what brought on the lethal wreck, which was witnessed by at the very least a person particular person, in accordance to authorities.
Reimer past year performed in Canada’s Western Hockey League for the Edmonton Oil Kings.
Sharma was an incoming rookie for the Langley Rivermen, who contend in the BC Hockey League, the report stated.
The NHL mourned the deaths of the a few gamers in a Sunday statement posted to Twitter.
“The NHL sends its really like and deepest condolences to the households of junior hockey gamers Caleb Reimer, Ronin Sharma and Parker Magnuson who tragically handed away in a car incident on Saturday. Rest in peace boys,” the league said.