Mary Lucas, who was a passenger on the charter bus that was struck by a CSX freight train, attends a vigil on March 12 at Doris L. Busch Park in Biloxi for the victims who died in the crash. Lucas was one of the first to exit the bus when it became stalled and wanted to honor her friend, Debbie Orr, who was killed.
Mary Lucas, who was a passenger on the charter bus that was struck by a CSX freight train, attends a vigil on March 12 at Doris L. Busch Park in Biloxi for the victims who died in the crash. Lucas was one of the first to exit the bus when it became stalled and wanted to honor her friend, Debbie Orr, who was killed. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com
Mary Lucas, who was a passenger on the charter bus that was struck by a CSX freight train, attends a vigil on March 12 at Doris L. Busch Park in Biloxi for the victims who died in the crash. Lucas was one of the first to exit the bus when it became stalled and wanted to honor her friend, Debbie Orr, who was killed. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com

Thank you, Biloxi, for caring

March 26, 2017 4:45 AM

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