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Humboldt Broncos centre Brayden Camrud released from hospital

Brayden Camrud, who was injured in the April 6, 2018 Humboldt Broncos bus crash, has been released from hospital.
Brayden Camrud, who was injured in the April 6, 2018 Humboldt Broncos bus crash, has been released from hospital. Humboldt Broncos / Supplied

Brayden Camrud, 19, is the third person to be released from hospital following the Humboldt Broncos bus crash.

Camrud, who has played for the Broncos for two seasons, was released Monday evening according to his grandmother, Glenda Camrud.

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He had an MRI and a CT scan and was found to have suffered a concussion, bruises and cuts but is doing well and is “lucky,” according to his grandmother.

She said he is recovering at his family home in Saskatoon and preparing to attend his teammates’ upcoming funerals.

Ten survivors of the bus crash that killed 16 people on Friday are still in a Saskatoon hospital. Three remain in critical condition.

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Nick Shumlanski was the first of the Broncos to be released from hospital.

Matthieu Gomercic, another player who was on the bus, has also been released.