As children crossed the road to get onto the bus, four children were reportedly hit by a southbound 2017 Toyota Tacoma pick-up truck driven by Alyssa Shepherd.
This was in the Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation area.
Alivia Stahl (middle) with her twin brothers Xzavier and Mason Ingle. "Everybody knows buses stop at this time of day", Ingle said.
The three were struck and killed by a vehicle near Rochester, Ind., on October 30, 2018.
Alivia Stahl died trying to protect Xzavier and Mason Ingle after driver Alyssa Shepherd attempted to pass their bus in Rochester, Indiana, Tuesday morning.
Shepherd is being held in a local county jail on $15,000 bond.
She remained at the scene of the accident, but police said Shepherd was arrested at her workplace later Tuesday.
Eiffel Tower Goes Dark in Support of Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting Victims
One has been discharged, one is due to be, and the other two "need more doing to them" Pennsylvania police confirmed. A tactical team found Bowers on the third floor, where he shot two officers multiple times, an affidavit said.
The six-year-old twin boys and their sister went to school together at Mentone Elementary School.
The siblings and an unrelated 11-year-old boy were struck about 7 a.m.as they were crossing a two-lane road near Rochester, about 100 miles (160 kilometers) north of Indianapolis to board a Tippecanoe Valley School Corp. bus.
Alyssa L. Shepherd, 24, from rural Rochester, Ind., is pictured in a booking photo from October 30, 2018.
Three children were killed in a crash while waiting for a school bus in Fulton County, Indiana Tuesday morning.
They died at the scene. That boy suffered many broken bones.
Shepherd did so even though the bus had its "stop" arm out, police said, indicating that it was unsafe and illegal for drivers to pass. An 11-year-old boy, who wasn't related to the other three, was injured in the incident. "He activated the buses' stop arm and exterior lighting, as he was picking up children from the west side of the road", the news release said. "We all have a responsibility to share the roadway and we're all responsible for making sure our children get to and from school safely".