3:32 p.m. - The RCMP have confirmed the 13 people who were on the bus were all taken to hospital, and were treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
It has been reported by CTV Regina the bus involved in the rollover was the crew bus for Shania Twain's current tour, which performed in Winnipeg last night.
Maverick Management confirmed with CTV Regina it was a bus involved with the tour, and issued a statement.
“Members of the production crew who require medical attention have been taken to nearby hospitals. We are incredibly thankful to the emergency services teams for their quick response and ongoing support,” the statement read. “We ask for patience as we look after our touring family.”
In addition to the RCMP, emergency crews from Grenfell also attended the scene. The fire chief from that town, Dwayne Stone, told The Canadian Press the double-decker bus lost control on extremely icy highways. Firefighters broke open windows to help extricate the 13 people inside.
Twain is scheduled to perform in Saskatoon tomorrow night.
12:18 p.m. - Highway 1 has been re-opened as the conditions have improved.
The RCMP are currently on the scene of a coach bus that rolled on the Trans Canada Highway just east of Wolseley this morning. The incident happened shortly after 7:00 a.m.
It is reported several occupants of the bus are being treated at the hospital for injuries. STARS Air Ambulance was also dispatched to the scene. There is no word at this time as to the number of people who were injured, or the extent of their injuries.
Highway 1 is currently closed from Wolseley to the Manitoba border due to poor road conditions.
We will have further updates as they become available.
RCMP are also on the scene of a collision on Highway 6 near Chamberlain, with STARS also dispatched there as well. The northbound lanes of the highway are closed with a detour established. The southbound lanes remain open.