Three children killed when struck at Fulton County bus stop

3 children fatally struck by vehicle while boarding school bus in Indiana

A bus remains at the scene where three schoolchildren were killed in Fulton County IN on Tuesday

She sets a goal, she goes and gets it. 'All the prayers we can get, that's all you can ask for. He was airlifted to a Fort Wayne hospital.

Six-year-old twin boys Mason and Xzavier Ingle and their nine-year-old sister, Alivia Stahl, were all killed. They charged her with three counts of reckless homicide and one additional misdemeanor count for driving around a school bus that had its lights on and arm extended.

Official charges have been filed against the driver involved in the school bus accident that led to the death of three Mentone Elementary School students. "They were non-stop, happy, go-fast, jumpy boys".

"She was holding their hand when they were hit and it looks like she tried to shield them a little bit", Ingle told RTV 6 ABC of his niece. He commended Alivia for her bravery in her last moments.

"There's no stopping Alivia".

"This school has been warned, this has been an issue, we have said this before", the victim's uncle told WNDU. "She's helpful. She is attentive to other people's needs".

A neighbor, who declined to be identified, also told the station she had concerns about the stretch of roadway.

"My bother turned his whole life around for these two kids, and his step kids and now they are gone because somebody wasn't wanting to pay attention", said Elgin. "She's what you want in a child", he said.

Emergency personnel respond to a scene of a collision that killed three children crossing the road as they were boarding their school bus north of Rochester, Ind., Oct. 30, 2018. She had a split second to think of what to do.

The driver, a 24-year-old woman, is cooperating with police. On Tuesday afternoon police said in an update that the injured boy was "in surgery with multiple broken bones and internal injuries".

"I haven't seen first responders and troopers cry in a long time", Slocum, a sergeant with the Indiana State Police, told ABC7.

"I just can't imagine the pain that family is going through", he said, according to NBC Chicago.

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