Responses to Chattanooga bus crash from around the country

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WKRN) – Several children lost their lives in a tragic school bus crash on the afternoon of Nov. 21, 2016 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

There was an outpouring of thoughts and prayers for the victims and their families from across the state and country alike, from officials and athletes to celebrities and CEOs. Below are some of their sentiments.

PHOTOS: Deadly Chattanooga school bus crash

TENNESSEE RESPONSE

Andy Burke, Mayor of Chattanooga

Megan Barry, Mayor of Nashville

Bill Haslam, Governor of Tennessee

Mt. Juliet Police Department

Butch Jones, UT Vols head coach

Josh Dobbs, UT Vols quarterback

Derek Mason, Vanderbilt football head coach

The Nashville Predators, Hockey team

Josh DeVine, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation spokesman

Travis Trott, Colonel for the Tennessee Highway Patrol

Jim Tracy, Senator (R-TN)

Bob Corker, Senator (R-TN)

Candice McQueen, Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Education

Tre Hargett, Tennessee’s Secretary of State

Government of Hamilton County

Chi Omega at University of Tennessee-Chattanooga

Chattanooga Lookouts, Minor league baseball team

NATIONAL RESPONSES

Donald Trump, President-elect

Samuel L. Jackson, Actor

Usher, R&B/Pop singer

Connie Britton, Actress

Billy Ray Cyrus, Country singer

Marc Benioff, CEO of SalesForce

Kirk Franklin, Gospel singer

Maci Bookout McKinney, MTV’s “Teen Mom”

East Limestone Fire Department, Alabama

Walker County Schools, Georgia

Dan Scavino Jr., Director of Social Media & Senior Advisor to President-elect Donald J. Trump