Published: Thu, November 01, 2018
Global | By Craig Ferguson

Girl shielded her brothers before they were killed trying to catch bus

Girl shielded her brothers before they were killed trying to catch bus

A 24-year-old woman who police said passed a flashing school bus stop sign, hitting and killing three siblings is facing charges. Police identified the children killed as twin 6-year-old boys, Xzavier and Mason Ingle, and their 9-year-old sister, Alivia Stahl. The three were struck and killed by a auto near Rochester, Ind., on October 30, 2018. That child, Maverik Lowe, was in critical condition at a Fort Wayne hospital and was undergoing surgery.

Shepherd did so even though the bus had its "stop" arm out, police said, indicating that it was unsafe and illegal for drivers to pass. You're supposed to be able to go to your bus stop and be safe. "What are you doing where you're not paying attention at that time in the morning?"

"We would like to thank those who have prayed for our family and the families of those involved in yesterday's tragedy".

The kids were hit by a pickup truck (pictured above) passing in the opposite direction.

The investigation is still ongoing, so there is no information as to whether excessive speed or any other factor played a role in the crash. The family said it saved her life. We have learned of three student fatalities and one student seriously injured and airlifted to a Fort Wayne hospital as they were hit by a truck while boarding their bus.

The children all attended Mentone Elementary School.

He said that the deaths happened in an area that had prompted complaints from parents because the students had to walk across a busy road. "They had a future", Ingle told ABC News.

"He didn't lose one kid".

All three of the children were shy, their uncle said, but each had vivacious personalities underneath.

"What do you tell your little brother when he just lost three of his children to someone's negligence?" he said, according to WRTV.

"This has been an issue before".

Ingle describes his nephews as "shy at first" but brimming with energy. "There's plenty of room for the school bus to pull in and pick up these kids".

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