Children who survived horrific bus crash ready to go home

Three Tanzanian schoolchildren who were injured in a horrific bus crash that killed 32 of their classmates in May are healed and ready to return home.

The three, Sadia, 13; Doreen, 13; and Wilson, 12, were rescued by members of the evangelical group Siouxland Tanzania Education Medical Ministries, or STEMM, who were working on a project in Tanzania and happened to be among the first people to arrive at the scene.

Leaders of the Sioux City, Iowa-based group were about to attempt to arrange for the three to be airlifted to America when Franklin Graham’s relief and development group Samaritan’s Purse stepped in and volunteered to transport them aboard its DC-8 jetliner.

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The children had been on their way to another school to take an



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