St. Ignatius hockey player still in hospital after crash – Chicago Tribune

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Two St. Ignatius College Prep hockey players remain hospitalized In Indiana today following a crash with a semi-trailer that overturned a team bus following a hockey tournament in northwest Indiana.

School officials said the remaining 14 players on the hockey team were treated for assault and sent home. Saturday night crash in Warsaw, Indianaabout a two-hour drive from Chicago.

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

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