At least 24 college students and 16 dad and mom from California are stranded in Afghanistan after touring there for a summer time journey.
The 40 Individuals are from the Cajon Valley Union Faculty District. It’s unclear if the scholars and oldsters have been situated amid the Taliban takeover.
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David Miyashiro, the district’s superintendent, instructed board members he met with Rep. Darrell Issa, a California Republican, to deal with the scenario.
“Congressman Issa and his employees are working diligently to find out the info on the bottom, any bureaucratic boundaries that may be eliminated, and the perfect methods to assist these stranded go away Afghanistan and return dwelling safely,” a spokesperson for Issa mentioned. “We cannot cease till we’ve got solutions and motion.”
Cajon Valley Faculty Board President Tamara Otero mentioned the scholars and oldsters deliberate to fly out of Afghanistan and bought tickets however couldn’t attain the airport.
“The largest concern is that the Taliban closed the airport,” Otero mentioned. “We’re so nervous about our college students which are caught there. We’ll do the perfect we will to get them out.”
Cajon Valley Faculty Board member Jo Alegria mentioned the district helps get correct documentation for the misplaced Californians to expedite their return dwelling.