News 10 has learned that at least four students scheduled to go to London as part of Michigan State University's study abroad programs will opt out, and three currently in London are coming home early.
MSU tells News 10 that's a direct result of the bombings.
Now 140 students will be making the trip across the Atlantic within the next 36 hours.
Meantime WILX-TV spoke exclusively with the parents of one of the first eyewitness to speak to the media about what he saw in the London bombings. His name is Joe Davey and he's an MSU student.
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