2 Legacy Football Coaches Released From The Hospital

BROOMFIELD, Colo. (CBS4) – Two of the three Legacy High School football coaches that were seriously injured in a deadly bus crash have been released from the hospital. One remained hospitalized Wednesday.

Coaches Wayne Voorhees and Kyle Rider were released from the hospital on Tuesday and continued to recover at home.

Wayne Voorhees (credit: Legacy High School)

Wayne Voorhees (credit: Legacy High School)

Coach Matt Kroupa remained in the hospital.

Kyle Rider (credit: Facebook)

Kyle Rider (credit: Facebook)

Authorities continue to investigate the fatal school bus crash that occurred Sunday at Denver International Airport.

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The school bus was full of coaches and athletes from Legacy High School’s football team.

Matt Kroupa (credit: Facebook)

Matt Kroupa (credit: Facebook)

Sunday afternoon the Legacy Varsity and JV football teams were leaving DIA on buses after returning from a Friday night game in California. Driver Kari Chopper somehow crashed into a concrete bridge in the passenger pick up area and was killed. Fifteen students were taken to the hospital.

(credit: Denver Police Department)

(credit: Denver Police Department)

All homecoming events at Legacy High School, including the varsity game, dance and parade will continue as scheduled this week.

LINK: Coach Matt Kroupa’s GoFundMe Page


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