A crash involving a charter bus in September 2016 killed four and injured dozens from the Ramah Juco Academy football team from Rock Hill. The crash happened near Hamlet, N.C.
A crash involving a charter bus in September 2016 killed four and injured dozens from the Ramah Juco Academy football team from Rock Hill. The crash happened near Hamlet, N.C. Richmond County (N.C.) Daily Journal
A crash involving a charter bus in September 2016 killed four and injured dozens from the Ramah Juco Academy football team from Rock Hill. The crash happened near Hamlet, N.C. Richmond County (N.C.) Daily Journal

$2 million to be paid to victims in 2016 Rock Hill football team bus crash

August 08, 2017 04:02 PM

UPDATED August 10, 2017 08:40 AM

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