One person was killed and almost two dozen injured on Thursday when a bus carrying an Alabama church youth group overturned on a major road southwest of Atlanta, police said.
Hours before Harmening was killed in a bus crash, she wrote a final journal entry about her mission trip to Africa: "God has called me here and he's done so for a reason".
At Grady Memorial Hospital downtown, officials there said they are treating four patients who are now in stable condition. Their injuries included cuts, bruises and strains, officials said.
She says the National Transportation Safety Board is handling the investigation moving forward. "I know he is going to do incredible things". At least one person is reported dead and several others have injuries, some are critical. Katelyn said she received the scripture 1 Peter 5:23-25 followed by Sarah's thoughts. The parkway where the crash occurred was completely closed, with firetrucks and ambulances swarming the area, which is near Atlanta's airport.
Church education minister Terry Slay told WXIA-TV (http://on.11alive.com/2sjPzgW ) that the bus was carrying 11th- and 12th-graders, along with adults.
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Images from the scene showed the bus on its roof and another auto underneath it.
"I think this day on, the city of South Fulton and the city of Huntsville will be joined", said Edwards, who ended the press conference by calling on the city to join him in prayer for the families and victims. He says both are safe. "That's all we know right now, we're trying to get more information". "He was rather shook", he said of his son.
"I was just sitting here in the bus, feeling a little sad". Mount Zion Baptist Church in Huntsville, Ala., posted on its Facebook page that one of its buses with its student ministry mission was involved in a crash while traveling to the airport.
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The Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office early Friday said 17-year-old Sarah Harmening of Huntsville, Alabama, was killed in the crash.
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