St. Ignatius hockey players remain hospitalized after crash – Chicago Tribune


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Two St. Ignatius College Prep hockey players remained hospitalized in Indiana today following a collision with a semitrailer that flipped the team bus following a hockey tournament in northwest Indiana.

School officials said the remaining 14 players from the hockey team had been treated and sent home following the violent Saturday night crash in Warsaw, Indiana, about two hours’ drive from Chicago.

St. Ignatius will celebrate a 3:30 p.m. public prayer Mass for the hockey players at the Church of the Holy Family, a spokesperson said.

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