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Classes Resume At Philadelphia School Following Bus Crash In Maryland

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Classes resume at Charles W. Henry School in Mount Airy, two days after a bus crash injured dozens of people in Maryland.

Counselors were on hand Wednesday morning for students and staff struggling to cope with the accident.

Bus Carrying 26 Kids From Philly Crashes In Maryland

The school was closed Tuesday for Primary Day.

Officials say four students and one teacher remain in the hospital.

Pamela Goodwin said her son, who didn’t make the trip, has been in close contact with those who did.

“I know the kids were scared. They all called each other, they’ve been talking to each other. One thing I can tell you is it really brought them closer together,” said Goodwin.

Mount Airy School Looks To Make Transition Back ‘As Smooth As Possible’ After Bus Crash

Authorities say a car clipped the bus in Havre de Grace, Maryland, as the group of eighth graders headed to a class trip in Washington, D.C.

No charges have been filed in the case.

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