Friday afternoon just before 4:30 Kindersley RCMP and other emergency services responded to the scene a collision involving an eastbound semi hauling two trailers of canola on Highway 51/21 and a converted school bus traveling southeast on Highway 31 with 15 pipeline workers on board.
The school bus ended up resting on its side in the north ditch and the semi came to a stop near the center of Highway 31 in the intersection facing north.
The driver of the semi, an adult man was not injured.
Of the 16 people on the bus, 10 were injured and were taken to hospital.
Three people were taken to hospital in Saskatoon by STARS, three were transported to hospital by Ambulance to Kerrobert and Unity hospitals while the other four were treated on scene.
As of this morning a spokesperson from the company that employs the workers on the bus, O.J. Pipelines says that all have been released from hospital with the exception of one.
The female driver of the bus was not injured.
RCMP say none of the injuries are listed as life threatening and that alcohol isn’t believed to have been a factor in the collision.
The events leading up to the collision and the cause are still under investigation.