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Many California schools represented in bus crash

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A FedEx tractor-trailer crossed over a grassy median on a Northern California freeway and slammed into a bus carrying 44 high school students from Southern California in an explosive crash that left 10 people dead, authorities said.

The students on a trip to visit Humboldt State University came from a number of Southern California high schools. Los Angeles Unified School District spokesman Tom Waldman said 19 students from 15 schools were on the bus that crashed.

Those Los Angeles Unified schools include:

_ San Fernando Senior High School

_ Susan Miller Dorsey High School

_ John C. Fremont High School

_ City of Angels School and Virtual Academy

_ Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools

_ Manual Arts Senior High School

_ Banning High School

_ Carson Senior High School

_ Cesar Chavez Learning Academies

_ Diego Rivera Learning Complex

_ Belmont High School

_ Woodrow Wilson Senior High School

_ Chatsworth Charter High School

_ Thomas Jefferson High School Educational Complex

_ Middle College High School.

Other schools that had students on the trip:

_ West Ranch High in Santa Clarita

_ Norte Vista High School in Riverside.

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