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That was about as a good a piece of news as you could imagine,” said Mike, reeling from news.“To wake up and find out he didn’t make it is devastating.Family members were told about the mix-up Sunday night and have been understanding under the circumstances, he said."That was a tough phone call," Wilby said Monday in Regina. All I can do is offer our sincerest apologies, our sincerest condolences and sympathies, in particular to the Tobin family on the news that they would have received yesterday." Wilby says dental records are the best way to identify deceased but those can take days to track down, especially given the hockey players were from all over Western Canada.He says the coroner’s office was following a standard procedure to identify the victims but it was challenging. "They had the blond hair that was supportive of their team for their playoff run. They’re all very similar ages and they’re very athletic of course." He said the families had been involved in identifying the remains of the bus crash victims at a makeshift morgue.Wilby said he couldn’t say what condition the victims were in or what led to the discovery of the mix-up due to privacy legislation.
— A spokesman for Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Justice says authorities mixed up the identities of one of the deceased and one of the survivors in the Humboldt Broncos crash, partly because the hockey players all had blond dyed hair and similar builds.
“I can’t stop the tears today because I’ve been thinking about those parents waiting to hear.
It’s got to be the hardest thing to not know.” said Judy, whose son had serious injuries but was able to walk out of the bus after sitting beside his four teammates who died.
Late into Saturday morning, some details are still unconfirmed. My brother’s and his wife’s whole world revolved around their kids,” said Mike.
“It’s just so hard to fathom as his son was the star of the team and was having the best season ever as a 20-year-old and was loving it and was so happy.