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As news spread about the explosions in London today (July 7), SMS officials tried to get in touch with six SMS students and a faculty member who are there this summer. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.
As news spread about the explosions in London, SMS officials tried to get in touch with six SMS students and a faculty member who are there this summer.
Dana Carroll coordinates Study Away programs at SMS.
She says all students and the faculty member have been accounted for.
Carroll says students who travel abroad go through an orientation that emphasizes safety and how to deal with emergency situations.
Carroll says when SMS students travel as a group, they travel by private coach but students may use public transportation during their free time.
House Majority Whip Roy Blunt was in Springfield today for a press conference on an unrelated issue but he did comment on the apparent terrorist attacks.
This afternoon during All Things Considered, we'll have more from Blunt and an update on the SMS students who are studying in London this summer.