Three children were fatally struck by a pickup truck and a fourth was seriously injured while boarding a school bus Tuesday morning in northwest Indiana.
The fourth child, 11-year-old Maveri Lowe, was airlifted to a hospital in Fort Wayne. They have been identified as two twin 6-year-old boys and their 9-year-old sister.
The injured person, an 11-year-old boy, was airlifted to a hospital in Fort Wayne. Police said he suffered broken bones but was conscious. Police said the "stop" arm on the bus was out at the time. A 2017 Toyota Tacoma headed the opposite direction hit the children.
Alyssa Shepherd, 24, was the driver of the pickup truck.
At least three kids were on the bus at the time.
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'Our school corporation has suffered a tragedy this morning.
Indiana State Police Troopers were assisted at the scene by the Fulton County Sheriff's Department, the Rochester School Corporation, the Rochester and Mentone Fire Departments, Lutheran EMS and the Fulton County Coroner's Office. She's being held at Fulton County Jail on $15,000 bond, police said.
It's not known was caused Alyssa Shepherd to ignore the stop sign on the school bus.
The Tippecanoe Valley School Corp. said in a statement posted on Facebook that counselors had been dispatched to its schools to help students, staff and parents.
Several viewers have asked us to confirm that this is a legitimate way to donate to the family. "We saw tears today and our hearts just go out to them because most of us have children and we can't imagine the pain that he felt today". "The one thing I'd like to tell people - we all have a responsibility to share the road in a safe manner". She said her son was hit in the past while pulling into the driveway.