SF International Students Safe in Week of Danger for Others on College Tour

Photo by AP Photo/Jeremy Lockett

On Thursday, a tour bus carrying college students crashed in northern Califorina, and left at least 10 dead and many injured. Those students were on their way to visit Humboldt State University. Local students at San Francisco International High School were also on their way but were unharmed.

Investigators are trying to determine what went wrong on a Northern California highway Thursday night, when a delivery truck crossed into oncoming traffic and slammed into a bus carrying prospective college students from Southern California, leaving 10 people dead.

California Highway Patrol officials and other public safety personnel said at a news conference Friday morning that nine people died at the scene of Thursday’s crash and a 10th victim died at a hospital. Those killed included five students and five adults who were traveling to Humboldt State University for a campus visit. Thirty-one victims were hospitalized after the crash. READ MORE HERE.

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