Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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PR01 - (HKO-Sask-Coach-Killed)

ESTEVAN, Saskatchewan. x-11s. A Saskatchewan community is mourning the death of an assistant hockey coach described as a person who had a passion for life and the game. Officials with the Estevan TS and M Bruins of the Saskatchewan double-A Bantam Hockey League confirm that Mike Sarada (suh-RA'-duh) was killed Monday on Highway 39, just north of the city. Bruins' head coach Tom Copeland says the 44-year-old man was behind the bench for about five years and had the ability to find hidden skills in players.

("...of kids' lives.") (SOURCE:CJME/CKOM)

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TAG: Sarada, who lived in Midale (MY'-dale), was on his way to a team practice when he was killed. Police say he was struck by a semi after getting out of his vehicle.

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PR02 - (HKO-Sask-Coach-Killed)

ESTEVAN, Saskatchewan. …

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