(CALIFORNIA, Ky.) — A structure bus carrying college students from a Catholic high college collided with a vehicle Saturday morning in northern Kentucky, killing the vehicle’s driver, police said.
The smash on the AA Freeway in Campbell County came about round 7: 20 a.m. because the bus change into as soon as bringing Covington Catholic High College college students motivate from the March for Existence rally in Washington D.C., WLWT-TV in Cincinnati reported.
The driver of the vehicle change into as soon as no longer straight identified by Campbell County police. Two other folks on the bus had been taken to hospitals for treatment, and others suffered minor accidents.
The Archdiocese of Covington said in a news launch that the bus change into as soon as carrying college students and chaperones motivate from the rally.
Final one year a neighborhood of faculty students from Covington Catholic attending the same annual anti-abortion rally drew national attention for an come across with a Native American man.
Extensively-shared video of the come across showed belief to be one of many faculty students, Nicholas Sandmann, and the Native American man, Nathan Phillips, standing close to every completely different, with the younger scholar staring and at times smiling at Phillips as he sang and played a drum. Media commentary within the aftermath depicted the faculty students as racially insensitive. Sandmann and Phillips later said they had been both attempting to defuse tensions among conflicting groups converging on the Lincoln Memorial.