ANDERSON CO., S.C. (WSPA) – Two people are still in the hospital after a church bus and truck collided on I-85 near mile marker 11 last Monday.
About a week ago, members of Homeland Park Baptist Church were on their way to Helen, Georgia for a day trip when a truck hit their bus, causing it to turn over.
Today, members of the church came together for their regular Sunday service.
“We’re here, that’s one thing. And number two, it’s going to show the resilience of not only our members, but this community, and just the fact that God’s not done with us yet, and he’s got a plan, and we’re trying to figure out what that is. But it’s just going to be a service of healing and gratefulness, and also praying for those that are still recovering,” Senior Pastor James Strickland said.
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