University Expresses Condolences to Accident Victims
April 10, 2014
The following statement can be attributed to CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White
“The entire California State University is deeply saddened tonight as information is unfolding about the lives lost and injuries sustained in a horrific accident involving a bus in route to Humboldt State. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and friends directly affected, along with the heroic first responders. The Humboldt and Chico State campuses – where many of the injured have been taken – are fully mobilized throughout this evening and into the days ahead as we attend to those needing support and assistance.”
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