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A parent whose child was on board the coach which crashed in eastern France has told ITV News of the moment she got the call saying her son was safe.
42 students from the Bournside School in Cheltenham were on the coach. Two are in hospital with serious injuries.
The other students, who are aged between 14 and 18, will return to the UK later tonight. Among them, Mandy's son:
40 students whose coach crashed in France on the way to a holiday centre in Italy will return to the UK tonight.
42 students were on board the coach when it crashed close to the Swiss border.
One was airlifted to hospital with what are described as "life-threatening" injuries. Another was seriously injured. Their families are at their bedsides.
Our thoughts continue to be with the two students and their close family, who are seriously injured in hospital in France and will not be returning to the UK for now. I am pleased to be able to confirm that the parents of both students are now with their children and are being supported by the school and other relevant agencies.
Video report by ITV News' Stacy Foster:
Police in France have suggested that the driver of a coach that crashed near the Swiss border while carrying British school children, fell asleep at the wheel.
Two children were seriously injured when the bus, carrying teenagers from Cheltenham Bournside School, came off the road on the A39 motorway at Lons-le-Saunier.
Ten students and one member of staff received ‘minor’ injuries. There were 48 people on board the coach which set off from the UK on Friday.
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