Butch Jones, Vols players visit kids injured in Chattanooga bus crash

Butch Jones and members of the Tennessee football team took some time out of their busy schedules this week to make a trip to Chattanooga to help lift morale.

Jones and company visited children who were injured in the Chattanooga bus crash earlier this week.

The bus was carrying 37 kids from Woodmore Elementary School who ranged from kindergarten to fifth-grade, before the bus rolled over and crashed into a tree.

Five kids were killed in the crash, with many more injured.

Photos of the visit — which included Alvin Kamara, Jalen Reeves-Maybin, Derek Barnett and Butch Jones — were shared on social media.

@VolRumorMill class act by Butch and UT in Chattanooga today visiting victims of the bus crash here. pic.twitter.com/QmQmRSnRi7

— Dustin Fleming (@fleming_dustin) November 23, 2016

Classy move by Butch and co. visiting the Children's hospital here in Chattanooga. Boost the morale of not only the kids but staff as well👏🏼 pic.twitter.com/Pxci1rAlwJ

— Katelyn Breckinridge (@Katie__Breck) November 23, 2016

@ChildrensatEHS received a "boost" w/ am visit from #Vols Alvin Kamara, Jalen Reeves, Derek Barnett & Butch Jones. #WoodmoreElementary pic.twitter.com/soRmFG41sl

— Paul Shahen (@paulshahen) November 23, 2016

What an awesome gesture by Butch and company.

Our deepest condolences go out to all of the families who were impacted by the terrible tragedy.

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