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

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

- A 9-year-old girl and her twin 6-year-old brothers were struck and killed by a pickup truck as they crossed a road to board a school bus in northern in before sunrise Tuesday, police said.

Alyssa Shepherd, 24, accused of killing three children and seriously wounding one, is facing homicide charges.

Around 7:15 a.m. Tuesday morning, officers from the ISP and the Fulton County Sheriff's Department responded to the scene of the single-vehicle crash which resulted in the deaths of three elementary age children, and critical injuries to another young boy.

Two six-year-old twin brothers, Xzavier and Mason Ingle, were killed in the crash, along with their sister, 9-year-old Alivia Stahl, police said. The fourth child is an 11-year-old boy.

Lowe needed surgery due to internal injuries and multiple broken bones. He reportedly activated the stop arm and exterior lighting as he was picking up children from the Westside of the road.

"Preliminary info is three children were struck & killed at a school bus stop near 4600 N State Road 25", Indiana State Police said in a tweet.

A GoFundMe has been set up for Maverik and his family.

Fulton County is 120 miles southeast of Chicago. Police say it's too early to tell if she was speeding.

An Indiana couple is coming to terms with unfathomable tragedy after three of their four children were killed on Tuesday morning while getting on their school bus.

Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation has not yet responded to that.

The school bus was from the Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation.

The school said it has deployed counselors to help staff, students and parents. He urged IN residents to send their "deepest prayers for the strength needed to endure such a time". "Words can not express the depth of sorrow Janet and I feel, which only pales in comparison to what family, friends, teachers, classmates and community are feeling right now". "There are no words", she said.

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