Emotional reunions after school bus fire

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It was an emotional scene when some of the students from the Cotton Tree Primary who escaped injuries from a burning bus on Thursday evening, arrived home and reunited with their worried parents.

The parents hugged their children and cried and thanked the teachers for bringing them home safely. They did not even care that their children’s bags and other possessions were destroyed in the fire.

The parents, according to Regional Vice-chairman Rion Peters who lives at Cotton Tree, were uneasy after …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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