Students To Return Home After Bus Crash

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Updated: 3/12/2013 7:11 pm
Students from Kentucky Wesleyan College are expected to return Monday night and Wednesday after their bus crashed on their spring break trip.

Kathy Rutherman, the P.R. Director at the school said the accident happened after the group left a church in Signal Mountain, Tennessee where they were performing Sunday night.

It's unclear how many suffered minor injuries. Rutherman said there were no life threatening injuries.

The rest of the choir tour has been cancelled.
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