An update on bus crash involving Chino Hills opponent

A bus carrying 15 football players and three coaches from Legacy High School in Broomfield, Col., which played at Chino Hills on Thursday, was involved in a serious accident on its return to its home state.

The contingent had arrived at Denver International Airport and was on its way out of the airport for the 40 minute trek back to is school when the bus veered off the road and struck a median.

The bus driver did not survive. The students were all taken to a hospital, treated and released, according to Jon Yunt of the Daily Camera in Boulder. The coaches, who had been sitting in the front of the bus, were the most seriously injured.

Head coach Wayne Vorhees sustained a skull fracture.

Chino Hills coach Chris Stevens flew to Colorado this morning to visit the coaches and offer his support.

The Huskies (3-0) are off the week. They defeated Legacy on Thursday 28-24 on a 56-yard pass from Austin Zavala to Noah Rigney with six seconds left.

Yunt said Legacy has a game scheduled for Friday but the status of that game is still in question.

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