The sixth child died from injuries sustained in the accident of a school bus in Chattanooga, Tennessee, police said on Twitter.
The bus was on its way home from school on Monday when the driver John Walker turned off the road and crashed into a tree. The bus had 37 students. Police said no trace of alcohol or drugs was not detected in the blood of the Walker. Over the last 2 months, Walker gets into an accident involving a school bus a second time.
In the earlier accident, which was described as "minor accident," Walker "went into the oncoming lane to maneuver and crashed into a car," the report said. Then nobody has suffered. Now investigators are trying to determine why Walker was speeding when the bus hit a tree and overturned on its side.
11 children are in serious condition family of 6 children who died will spend your first Thanksgiving without them. Five of the injured are in the hospital. A school bus overturned near the house of one eyewitness. "I've never seen anything like that before in my life," she said. In the chaos, Smith was trying to help children who were thrown from the bus. The little boy tried to find her Shoe, she said. The other tried to find his sister.
Crowds gathered at a makeshift memorial at the elementary school to pray for the dead and wounded.
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