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Hiram College releases statement after baseball team's charter bus is involved in an accident in Florida

Photo of the scene (Source Twitter: @SteveG717) Photo of the scene (Source Twitter: @SteveG717)

Hiram College has released a statement after the baseball team's charter bus was in an accident in Florida this past Saturday.

"Traveling from Hiram to Fort Myers, Fla., the Hiram College baseball team was on a charter bus, which was in an accident in Florida. All Hiram bus passengers were unharmed and Hiram families were notified. The Hiram passengers were picked up by a replacement charter bus and are now at spring training. For more details regarding the accident, please contact the Florida State Highway Patrol (Sergeant Steve Gaskins) 813-215-1867," College Relations Manager Denise Henry said.

An investigator said no one from the Hiram College Baseball team was injured in the three-vehicle crash in Florida on Saturday. 

Sgt. Steve Gaskins said the 3-vehicle crash happened on Interstate 75 in Pasco County, Florida.



The crashed involved a Hiram College tour bus, an SUV and a sedan. The crash claimed the life of a female drive, none of the college students aboard the tour bus were injured.

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