A headteacher has said today will be a 'difficult day' for students after a girl and man died when a school coach crashed on the M53 motorway.
Jessica Baker, 15, and driver Stephen Shrimpton, 40, died in the horror crash on the motorway in Wirral, Merseyside, on Friday morning (September 29) after the coach overturned.
A total of 58 people were involved in the incident, with four other children taken to hospital including a 14-year-old boy whose injuries are said to be life-changing.
The students onboard the bus were pupils at West Kirby Grammar School and Calday Grange Grammar School. Stephen Gray, headteacher at Calday Grange, has this morning said today will be 'difficult' for the pupils. READ MORE: Family pay tribute to mum at centre of Gorton murder investigation READ MORE: Man charged after 76-year-old dies after crash But he said 'there's a real sense of togetherness' after the tragic incident.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk