Source: Bonnie Allen, CBC News, September 11, 2017 

Teens were in car stopped in construction zone when semi rolled over them

A professional truck driver who says he zoned out driving on Saskatchewan’s flat highways before crashing into and killing three high school football players in May 2015 will hear his prison sentence Monday.

The Winnipeg trucker, Normand Lavoie, 41, told police that he didn’t fall asleep at the wheel, but that he was in “la la land, basically — I’m there behind the wheel but I’m not.”

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Image Source: From left, Carter Stevenson, 17, Justin Gaja, 14, and Kristian Skalicky, 15, from Carrot River, Sask., were killed in the highway crash in May 2015. (Coventry Funeral Home)