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My thoughts and prayers go out to all affected by the tragic bus crash down there yesterday. Be Strong for each other!

Matt Phelps

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ya its pretty bad our girls basketball team passed it on their way to lakeview and got to the school then came home cuz the game got canceled. it was really sad my prayers go out

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Tough deal! My thoughts and prayers go out to all the families!!!

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Derek praying for a speedy recovery!!

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Thoughts go out to all involved. Very sad story. God bless

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Daily prayers go out to the entire community.

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I cant even imagine what the families are going thru. Are thoughts n prayers are with everyone involved.

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I agree. Can't imagine. My son goes to school in Tracy and when I initially turned on the tv that evening and it said bus crash near Marshall, holy [PoorWordUsage] what a chaotic few seconds until I learned where it did happpen. We were the lucky ones this time, but it just goes to show how fast your life can change.

Matt Phelps

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