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One killed as church bus carrying high school students overturns

11 Juin 2017

He did not know how many people were on the bus.

Churches in the Atlanta-area reportedly rallied to lend support to the church group, providing their homes and Chick-fil-A meals, according to a Facebook post by Mount Zion Baptist Church. The crash killed one of the teenage passengers, Sarah Harmening.

A church bus crash in Fulton County, Georgia, killed a 17-year-old girl and injured 37 others Thursday afternoon.

At Grady Memorial Hospital downtown, officials there said they are treating four patients who are now in stable condition.

Police say none of those hospitalized have life-threatening injuries.

Investigators believe the bus driver tried to change lanes, collided with another vehicle then lost control.

Police said the driver of the bus tried to change lanes and collided with another auto.

The upside-down bus then slid into a Mercedes that was traveling in the westbound lanes.

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"Our daughter Sarah was a gift to us", Harmening said.

Vandiver said he spoke to them after the accident; however, they did not talk much about what happened.

Officials with Wellstar later confirmed in a press conference that they received a total of 24 patients at three different hospitals.

Smith said there were two people in the auto involved in the crash, but she wasn't sure of their conditions. She says the county is preparing to release an update on the wreck.

She says the National Transportation Safety Board is handling the investigation moving forward. The county had earlier said the NTSB would investigate. Several others were injured.

Harmening jotted her thoughts about the trip to Botswana in a spiral-bound notebook, starting with her feelings of sadness and apprehension. She wrote that she turned to the Bible for comfort and by the end of the journal entry, it was clear she found trust in the Lord.

Fox 5 Atlanta reports that the last journal entry of the Huntsville teen who tragically passed away in yesterday's bus crash expressed her wholehearted faith in Christ before the accident that claimed her life.

A bus belonging to the Baptist Church from Alabama, got in a vehicle accident on the way to the airport.

One killed as church bus carrying high school students overturns