Charter bus carrying Texas high school students plunges into Alabama ravine


A bus driver was killed and several other people were seriously injured Tuesday when a charter bus filled with high school students plunged into a 50-foot ravine in Alabama -- trapping dozens inside the mangled vehicle until rescuers could rappel down to free them.

The bus was returning to Houston, Texas, after a school trip around 5:30 a.m. when it crashed into a highway median on Interstate 10 and plunged into Cowpen Creek in Baldwin County, Sheriff Huey Hoss Mack said in a news conference. (FULL STORY)


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