Exford Primary School teacher Alyssa speaks out about how the school community has changed following the horrific Eynesbury bus crash that left seven students severely injured just over a week ago.
Exford Primary Teaecher Speaks Out One Week After Horrific Bus Crash
Alyssa joined Fifi, Fev & Nick who were broadcasting live at Tabcorp Park in Melton for Brekky In The Burbs, less than 15 minutes away from the horrific crash site.
“Look, it’s been a really tough week. I think it’s been one of the toughest weeks of my career”
“Country towns, they really come together when something happens… they all band together and they all support each other” Brendan Fevola added
“It’s been a really tough week and a bit, and it will be tough as some of the kids start coming back to school, but (the support) is really nice”
Melbourne’s 101.9 The Fox has decided to donate $1000 to help the strong community of Exford Primary during their recovery.
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