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Monument honouring 17 lives lost in Carberry bus crash to be unveiled Saturday

Relatives of the victims whose lives were forever changed following a deadly crash in Carberry, Man., on June 15, 2023 gathered at a memorial in Dauphin to mark the solemn anniversary. (CTV News/Dan Timmerman) Relatives of the victims whose lives were forever changed following a deadly crash in Carberry, Man., on June 15, 2023 gathered at a memorial in Dauphin to mark the solemn anniversary. (CTV News/Dan Timmerman)
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A new monument is set to be unveiled Saturday, as part of a ceremony honouring the victims of a fatal crash near Carberry, Man., exactly one year later.

The crash took place June 15, 2023 when a semi-trailer collided with a minibus on the Trans-Canada Highway. The bus was carrying seniors to a nearby casino.

17 people were killed.

The memorial service is being held in Dauphin, Man., at C.N. Park, and is set to begin at 2 p.m. CT. It’s expected to last around 45 minutes.

CTV News Winnipeg will livestream the service on its website.

- With files from CTV’s Kayla Rosen

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