NAPLES, Fla -- The bus carrying the remaining 34 students arrived at Lorenzo Walker Technical School just before 10 p.m. Wednesday night. 

Collier County Sheriff's Deputies kept the media off school property, but family members stopped to talk to WINK News as they headed into the school to pick up their loved ones. 

Stephanie Herert was picking up her young sister Viona. She says her sister was one of the students injured during the bus crash that killed one and injured several students from Collier and Charlotte Counties. 

Stephanie says, "She got hurt, but she's okay now. She has a concussion." When asked if her sister was doing okay emotionally she said, "No, I don't think so." 

Early Wednesday morning, six students from Charlotte Technical Center and 34 students from Lorenzo Walker were headed home from a state competition in Pensacola. Florida Highway Patrol says Abby Fishburn, a 22-year-old teacher, was going the wrong way on I-10 when she collided with the charter bus driven by Johnny Brutus of Naples. Troopers say as many as 50 people were on board the bus. 17 were hurt.

Eddy Pierre was picking up his son at Lorenzo Walker Wednesday night. He said his son was, "feeling okay, but I'm going to make sure to take him to the doctor and have him checked out because he did not go to the hospital, some went but he didn't." 

The students left the school property as soon as they arrived. The few that stopped on their way out didn't want to go on camera but said they were exhausted and ready to go home.