Humboldt Crash Survivor Kaleb Dahlgren, Donates Portion of Memoir Proceeds To STARS

March 16th, 2021, marked the day that Crossroads, Kaleb Dahlgren’s memoir was made available to the public.

Dahlgren was the assistant captain of the Humboldt Bronco team on the evening of April 6th, 2018, when their coach bus was struck by a westbound semi-trailer truck near Armley, Saskatchewan, Canada. Sixteen people were killed and thirteen people were injured in that accident. It’s been three years since the crash, and now Dahlgren is ready to share his story of hope and resiliency, with a portion of the book’s proceeds being donated to STARS Air Ambulance.

STARS is mission-ready 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, responding to an average of eight missions per day in Western Canada. Their crews are prepared and committed to providing life-saving services. They are a charitable, non-profit organization funded by their allies: visionary individuals, organizations, businesses, event partners and governments. For more than 30 years, their success has been grounded in community partnerships and donations.

If you would like to donate to STARS, please visit, where you will find a breakdown of the various ways you can contribute. If you are interested in volunteering, please visit their website to view current volunteer openings, or call 1-855-616-4847, or send an email to

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