WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - The Boy Scouts who were stuck in Washington D.C. because of a train derailment are finally back home.
The scouts returned to West Palm Beach Saturday.
They were in Washington celebrating the centennial of the organization at this year's jamboree, but their return home was delayed by a day after a train derailed south of Washington.
"We are all looking forward to getting home and getting a shower and a good night's sleep in our own bed of course and seeing our families most importantly," scout master Rob Miller said.
More than 100 scouts and their leaders are now back home.
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