As of Sunday night, CBS 21 News has learned that two people who were hurt in a fatal bus crash in Cumberland County on Saturday, remain at Penn State Hershey Medical Center.
One of the victims, Amanda Michalski, is currently listed in serious condition. The condition of the other victim is unknown at this time.
As they recover at Penn State Hershey Medical Center, people are sending prayers for the survivors and for the two people who were killed.
A vigil was held at Seton Hill University Sunday night. Students and faculty prayed for the family of 30-year-old Kristina Quigley.
Quigley, a mother and wife, was killed in the crash early Saturday morning. Quigley was six-months pregnant with her second son, who also perished in the crash.
The chartered bus was carrying the Seton Hill University Women's Lacrosse team and their coaches. Quigley was the head coach.
Police say the bus crashed on the Pennsylvania Turnpike near Carlisle, when the driver lost control, hit a guardrail, drove 70 yards and then hit a tree.
The bus driver, 61-year-old Anthony Guaetta, also died.
Saturday night, Jaimie Steel, the Assistant Dean from Seton Hill University spent time with those who were still being treated at Penn State Hershey Medical Center.
She made a statement but did not take any questions. "We are mourning the loss of our head Women's Lacrosse coach Kristina Quigley, and her unborn son. The university extends its deepest sympathies to Kristina's family and husband."
State Police are still investigating what caused this bus to crash. Investigators have reconstructed the scene and are looking at all factors they say, including yesterday's messy weather and speed.