Serbia Beats Canada To Reach Davis Cup Final

6 Killed as Canada Bus Strikes Passenger Train

VIDEO: At least six people are dead after accident during the morning rush hour in Ottawa.

“I could see that there were bodies on the train tracks. It was horrible.” Passenger Romi Gupta, a 40-year-old office worker headed to her job in downtown Ottawa, boarded what she called the “overfull” bus at its last stop before the crash. “The driver was OK. I got in a minute before and I said hello to him and he was fine,” said Gupta. Moments later, she looked out the window and saw the train headed straight for the bus. “The bus was too fast, he could not put the brakes on,” she said. “It was crazy. People were flying. I saw limbs.” Transit union president Craig Watson identified the driver killed in the crash as 45-year-old Dave Woodard. He said had been with the bus company for about 10 years. Peyman Shamsi, a friend of Woodard who had started with OC Transpo 10 years ago, said he was “one of the nicest guys” at the bus company.

Novak Djokovic pulled Serbia even with Canada with a straight-sets victory against Milos Raonic in Belgrade, Serbia, on Sunday.

The Serb served for the match while leading 5-3 in the third set, and then wasted four match points in the tiebreaker. He finally clinched the victory when Pospisil fell on the clay court while trying to reach a passing shot, leaving his knee bloody. “This is fantastic win for me and my country,” Tipsarevic said. “It seems I can’t have a match without drama.” Djokovic, coming off a four-set loss to Rafael Nadal in the U.S. Open final on Monday, dimmed Canada’s chances with one of his trademark displays against the 11th-ranked Raonic. “This is like the (football) World Cup for us,” Djokovic said. “Winning the Cup in 2010 gave us players so much confidence.” Djokovic kept the big-serving Canadian at 10 aces, compared to the 34 he had in his five-set victory against Tipsarevic on Friday, and broke Raonic six times in front of some 10,000 boisterous Serbian fans. Raonic, apparently struggling with an ankle injury he sustained Friday, put up tough resistance in the first set. But his game started crumbling after being held to a single point in the tiebreaker. “I felt that I was dealing with anguish and pain,” Raonic said. “He really played well in that tiebreaker.” Czech Republic-Argentina PRAGUE (AP) Argentina won both reverse singles on Sunday to reduce the Czech Republic’s victory to 3-2 in the Davis Cup semifinals. Tomas Berdych and Radek Stepanek won both opening singles on Friday and teamed up to win the doubles over Carlos Berlocq and Horacio Zeballos on Saturday for an unbeatable 3-0 lead for the defending champion in the best-of-five series. In the reverse singles, Zeballos saved two match points before coming back to beat Lukas Rosol 4-6, 7-6 (6), 6-4 and Leonardo Mayer got the second point for Argentina by defeating Jiri Vesely 6-4, 6-4. The Czechs reached their third final in five years.