School bus crash kills one student in Georgia, US
Monday, October 4, 2010
According to theSchools Superintendent, one student was killed and a dozen others were in need of medical care after the bus rolled over. A spokesman for the mayor and a highway patrolman also confirmed that a student died. The student has been identified as James Rashawn Walker of , Georgia. It is reported that the bus was heading southbound on the highway when the driver lost control and drove into a ditch, which caused the bus to turn over.
Witnesses reported the bus flipped multiple times before coming to a halt. According to a witness, Ben Cole, a lot of the students were crying and in pain. The six injured were taken to the Tanner Medical Center and the Higgins Hospital, among them was the 45-year-old female bus driver. The Carrol County Sheriff's Department are advising concerned parents to gather at Temple High School.
- "Student Killed, Others Injured In School Bus Rollover" — , October 4, 2010
- Errin Haines. "1 teen killed in school bus crash in northern Ga." — , October 4, 2010