* On Saturday morning Ottawa Hospital reported that there were one patient in a state of emergency, six in a bad state, and four were constant.
* Those involved in a Friday accident should also be sent to the police at 613-236-1222. 2481. Leave a message if there is no answer.
* The police will hold a 1 p.m. news conference.
* In an early press release in the morning, the Ottawa police said that inspectors were working during the night to mark the dead three people – the police said they were not publicly identified.
* The driver of the bush was arrested but he was released, the police said.
*The Transitway is still widely widespread between Tunney & Pasture and Lincoln Fields stations
Researchers from three governmentalities were still present at a cold morning but clearly Saturday to try to do what caused a terrible disaster Friday from the OC Transpo at the Westboro Transitway station. left three dead and 23 losing.
Analysts of the Ottawa police distribution unit are still at the center of their inquiries about why the two-phase bus passes with a kettle, which is run extensively on the way to Kanata, the road and into the station. It hit weather cover above the station, which protects waiting fighters on the platform from the elements, and Most of its high level destroys a & # 39; bus.
Bus passenger passengers; in two of the victims, and the third one waiting for the station platform
In about 11 a.m., Ottawa Hospital reported that there were one patient in a state of emergency, six in poor condition, and four were constant. The Friday night hospital said he had had 18 patients at two centers, and nine were considered to be in a tough situation.
Researchers were on Saturday morning to blast instead of debris or other material that could help the probe.
Police wanted to hold a news conference at Elgin Street headquarters at 1 p.m.
In a press release already in the morning, the Ottawa police said inspectors were working during the night to identify the three people who died on the 269 bus route to the west and to communicate with the families and their families. They add that no information about the three will be distributed.
A double bus driver, arrested at the time, was released without waiting for further investigation. The driver was not marked by police, but only to prove that she is a woman.
The Transitway is still widely widespread between Tunney & Pasture and Lincoln Fields station for the search. Road closures are still in a vicinity near the crash and the police continue to ask for it; the public of the area.
Ottawa's police interview with witnesses and their. ask anyone who left the place or if information about this disaster has been asked to cite the police at 613-236-1222, 2481 expansion.
Incorrect tips can be submitted by volunteering voluntarily at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), or by sending them; download the Ottawa police app.
Old Churchill Center at 345 Richmond Road. It was opened to those who wanted information about family members who were involved in the crash, now closed.
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