A nine-year-old girl and her six-year-old twin brothers have been killed in the U.S. when a pick-up truck struck them as they were crossing a road to board a school bus, police have said. He said parents complained that it was risky for children to cross a highway where vehicles routinely travel at 50 to 60 miles per hour. "And they're my notes talking about school bus safety".
Xzavier, Mason and Alivia attended Mentone Elementary School. "As children crossed the road, to get on the bus, four children were allegedly hit by a southbound 2017 Toyota Tacoma" driven by Shepherd.
"I just can't imagine the pain that family is going through", Sgt.
The woman accused of hitting and killing three children and injuring a fourth, as they walked to their school bus Tuesday morning, is out of jail.
Aerial footage taken by ABC at the scene showed the pick-up truck suffered heavy damage to its front and hood.
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Locals say that people frequently drive over the limit along the rural road in that area. Investigators say she was coming from the opposite direction and hit the children with her truck. A fourth child was critically injured and airlifted to a hospital.
Xzavier Ingle, his twin brother, Mason Ingle, both 6, and their sister, Alivia Stahl, 9, all died at the scene from injuries sustained in the crash.
Effective November 1, 2018 Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation will relocate the bus stop on State Road 25 into the Meiser Park.
School district officials said school counselors will be working closely with students, parents and staff as they try to process the loss. "Our family is focused on his recovery at this time and requests privacy as we heal together".
Gov. Eric Holcomb said in a statement that he and his wife, Janet, were mourning the students' deaths.
The injured child is not related. I ask Hoosiers around the state to join us by sending your deepest prayers for the strength needed to endure such a time, ' he said.