Fatal Bus Crash Led To Construction Of Library

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Fatal Bus Crash Led To Construction Of Library
The three Williamsport High School students were among 14 people killed when a bus carrying students back from a chemistry show at the University of Maryland was struck by a train at a grade crossing in Rockville on April 11, 1935.

At home in Williamsport, the accident led to the construction of the Williamsport Memorial Library on East Potomac Street in honor of those who died that day.

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