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“I pray for families affected by [this] tragedy.” Five children were killed, police said, amending an earlier death toll of six.
Among the injured students still hospitalized, six were in critical condition and six were stable, the Chattanooga Times Free Press reported.
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The driver behind the wheel of a Tennessee school bus that crashed on Monday, killing five young children, reportedly asked the kids, “Are you ready to die? Johnthony Walker posed the chilling question seconds before the bus slammed into a telephone pole and a tree, according to a grieving mother who had three kids aboard the vehicle — one of whom was killed.
Walker, 24, was well above the 30-mph speed limit while driving the 35 5- to 10-year-olds home from the Woodmore Elementary School, crashing on a narrow road about a mile from the school, according to Chattanooga Police Chief Fred Fletcher.
One student aboard the bus told WDEF-TV that the driver “wasn’t paying attention and was going real fast.” Walker was charged with five counts of vehicular homicide, reckless endangerment and reckless driving. The woman who lost a child said that she had complained repeatedly about Walker but that no officials had responded, according to CBS News.
But school officials have found no record of complaints against Walker, said Melydia Clewell, a spokeswoman for the Hamilton County District Attorney’s Office, Reuters reported.