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Classes again suspended at Holmwood as students grieve
2013-09-26 12:35:14 | (0 Comments)
Classes were suspended at the Holmwood Technical High School in Manchester shortly before noon today as students and staff continue to grieve following yesterday's terrible mini-bus crash that resulted in the deaths of four students.
This morning Minister of Education Ronald Thwaites and the Member of Parliament for North East Manchester Audley Shaw visited the school.
The have urged school administrators to engage in contracts with operators of coaster buses to transport students to school.
They believe entering the use of coaster bus could form part of a safer transportation system for students.
Itís understood the school already has two coaster bus operators on contract to transport students to the institution.
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