The teacher in charge of 38 schoolgirls from Leicester, stranded in New York after Hurricane Sandy, says she has no idea how long it will be until they can return home.
Angela Lancini, who's head of 6th form at Leicester High School for Girls, has told Central Tonight that the girls have this morning ventured out of the hotel to witness the devastation caused by the storm.
Thirty eight schoolgirls from Leicester remain stranded in America as the clear up continues following hurricane Sandy's destruction.
Hurricane Sandy has been downgraded from a Hurricane to Post Tropical Cyclone.
Schoolchildren from Leicester are trapped in New York on a trip. They sent their account through the night, barricaded in a hotel.