HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) - Classes will resume Tuesday at a Huntsville technical center, following last week's fatal crash of a school bus carrying students to the downtown building.
Four students were killed when their bus plunged off a highway overpass. Local and federal officials are investigating the crash.
Students will still be allowed to drive their own cars, but buses to the center will take a new route to the Center for Technology, where students can earn special science and math credits.
A funeral was held Monday for 17-year-old Crystalle Renee McCrary, the last of the four girls to be laid to rest. Two students and the bus driver remain hospitalized.
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