SASKATCHEWAN, Canada — The owner of the trucking company involved in the Humboldt Broncos bus collision in April that killed 16 and injured 13 more has been charged with eight counts of failing to comply with safety regulations, NBC Sports reports.

The owner, Sukhmander Singh, will face seven federal charges, including two counts of failing to maintain Hours of Service logs, three counts of failing to monitor the compliance of a driver, and two counts of having more than one log for a given day.

In July, the driver was charged in July with 29 counts of dangerous of a motor vehicle causing death and bodily injury. For the full story, click here.

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