KCBS_740 LARKSPUR (KCBS) — A group of students and teachers at Redwood High School in Marin County are safe after returning from earthquake ravaged Ecuador.

The group was on an environmental project to help plant trees for a non-profit group called Global Student Embassy.

READ MORE: Calls For Justice As Suspects In Asian American Attacks Appear In San Francisco Court - 'We Are Watching'

The students and chaperones were in Puerto Lopez when the magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck Saturday.

READ MORE: San Jose Police Investigate Shooting In Hyde Park Neighborhood

The quake killed more than 400 people as of Tuesday, and left thousands injured.

Nobody on the trip was injured, and Redwood High’s principal said the group is safe, and could be back in class as soon as Wednesday.

MORE NEWS: COVID Vaccine: Santa Clara County Ramps Up Effort With Dose Surplus