LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. -- Lake Oswego High School students went back to class Monday with grief counselors and staff on hand to help after a car crash Friday sent several of their classmates to the hospital.
Two of the three girls involved in the crash were still at Oregon Health & Science University Monday afternoon. The 17-year-old girl was in critical condition, her friend, the 16-year-old driver, was in fair condition.
Lake Oswego police were still investigating how the crash happened, and said it could be a few more weeks until the accident report is finalized.
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About 200 Lake Oswego classmates organized a prayer group over the weekend, and now all students are getting support at the high school.
We've had emails that have gone out to staff, and we have all our counselors on board today, as well as our school psych available and ready to meet with students that just may need some more support, said Lake Oswego High School principal Cindy Schubert. We just want to support our families that were involved with this incident as much as possible.
Police don't think drugs or alcohol played a part. They were investigating whether everyone involved was wearing a seat belt.