The National Guard digs out a Mid-American Coaches’ bus that got stuck last weekend on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The bus was carrying 52 people from the Metro East, including over a half dozen people from Highland, who attended March for Life festivites in Washington D.C.
The National Guard digs out a Mid-American Coaches’ bus that got stuck last weekend on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The bus was carrying 52 people from the Metro East, including over a half dozen people from Highland, who attended March for Life festivites in Washington D.C. Rose Wascher Courtesy photo
The National Guard digs out a Mid-American Coaches’ bus that got stuck last weekend on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The bus was carrying 52 people from the Metro East, including over a half dozen people from Highland, who attended March for Life festivites in Washington D.C. Rose Wascher Courtesy photo

‘After 25 hours, I was done’

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