Disney World Trip Ends in Tragedy After High School Bus Crashes, Kids Killed and Injured

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March 13, 2018Mar 13, 2018

A tragic story has just been reported on Tuesday morning. According to reports, a bus carrying high school band students has crashed into a ravine in Alabama.

There were 45 people on board at the time of the crash. At least one person has died and another 20 have been taken to the hospital after sustaining injuries in the accident. The video below captures just how far the bus fell:

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"Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of the one fatality and with all those injured in the Alabama charter bus crash today. May they be comforted by all of us on Twitter, so please retweet and keep the prayers going," wrote Nina Tomasieski on Twitter.

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Please join us in praying for the family and friends of the students. We also pray for all those who are injured. May their doctors have wisdom from God to restore them to perfect health.

The band was returning from a fun trip to Disney World. The class is originally from Houston, Texas. Details are still coming in from the scene.

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"The students are from Channelview High School," said Mark Kramer, spokesman for the Channelview Independent School District. "At this time, details are limited. We are in contact with law enforcement in Alabama trying to obtain further information."

Dewayne Benson, 15, was on one of two buses traveling home from Walt Disney World, according to his sister, Sydney Benson. “He was asleep until the band director started screaming," Benson told ABC News.

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What do you think about this? Please be sure to send your prayers! Also, read our breaking news story about the 1990s music star who just died.

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