Emotional letter from Humboldt crash survivor read at anniversary memorial

On the first anniversary of the Humboldt Broncos tragedy, crash survivor Kaleb Dahlgren shared an emotional letter he wrote to his teammates who lost their lives.READ MORE: Humboldt marks one year since Broncos tragedyThe message was shared from Dahlgren’s Twitter account and read at a memorial service in Humboldt, Sask., on Saturday.“It’s ‘Dahly’ here,” the letter stated. “It’s been a year since I saw your beautiful faces and they still cross my mind daily. I wonder what all of you have been doing… maybe celebrat[ing] the year ender bender we never had? Or all playing pond hockey with Elgar? I just really hope you are doing well and supporting each other!”In the letter, Dahlgren mentions how it’s painful to go through his old teammates’ Instagram pages and old videos and photos, saying they “radiate each of your personalities,” and that many people, including himself, are “lost and grieving your absence.”#HumboldtStrong 💚💛 pic.twitter.com/g3PtXG3ZcS— Kaleb Dahlgren (@KalebDahlgren) April 6, 2019
It has been one year since the crash between the hockey team’s bus and a semi at a rural intersection that killed 16 people total and injured 13, Dahlgren among them.WATCH: Justin Trudeau says Humboldt Broncos bus crash showed that ‘hockey is family’