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1 patient released, 1 improving after Seton Hill bus crash - abc27 WHTM

1 patient released, 1 improving after Seton Hill bus crash

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Amanda Michalski Amanda Michalski
HERSHEY, Pa. (WHTM) -

Only one person is left in the hospital following a Saturday bus accident in Carlisle that left two people and an unborn child dead.

The bus was carrying the Seton Hill University lacrosse team to an afternoon game at Millersville University when it went off the road and crashed into a tree. Three victims were transported by Life Lion after the crash. Head coach Kristina Quigley and her unborn baby boy, Jackson, were pronounced dead at the hospital.

Amanda Michalski, a freshman lacrosse player, is now listed in good condition. Her condition has increased considerably since Sunday night, when she was listened in  serious condition. Monday night, she was in fair condition.

The other patient flown from the scene was discharged Monday night.

The driver of the bus, Anthony Guaetta, 61, of Johnstown died at the scene.

Nineteen other passengers were transported by ambulance to local hospitals and released with minor injuries.

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