There has been a second fatal crash of a bus carrying a college lacrosse team, with the latest one killing a pregnant coach, her unborn infant and the bus driver, according to the Associated Press.
On Saturday about 9 a.m. a bus carrying the Seton Hill University lacrosse team went off the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Carlisle, Pa., and crashed into a tree, AP reported.
Coach Kristina Quigley, 30, of Greensburg, Pa., was transported by air to a hospital, where she died. She had been six months pregnant and her unborn baby also died, according to AP. The bus driver, 61-year-old Anthony Guaetta of Johnstown was dead at the scene.
There had been 23 passengers aboard the bus, which was en route to play a game at Millersville University. That lacrosse game, and one scheduled for Sunday, were both cancelled.
Authorities didn’t know the cause of the accident, which sheared off the left side of the bus, AP reported. The bus was operated by Mlaker Charter & Tours of Davidsville, Pa.
A bus carrying a lacrosse team from a Vermont college and a sports car collided Tuesday in Upstate New York, leaving a passenger in the car dead.
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