Three Indiana children killed boarding school bus

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'What do you tell your little brother, how do you tell your little brother it's gonna get better?

"How do you decide which child to run to when all of your kids are laid out on the highway?" he asked.

The family has to figure out how to pick up the broken pieces, with only one sibling left behind. "They had a future", Ingle told ABC News.

Alivia Stahl (middle) with her twin brothers Xzavier and Mason Ingle.

It happened around 7:15 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 30, in the 4600 block of State Road 25 near Rochester.

Three children were struck and killed at a school bus stop in Fulton County, Indiana, Tuesday morning, according to Indiana State Police. The fourth child was airlifted to a hospital. An 11-year-old boy was flown to Parkview Hospital in Ft.

Conley said he is also establishing and co-chairing a transportation safety review committee to examine all school bus stops in the district to "ensure our children are transported safely". The rural Rochester residents were students at nearby Mentone Elementary School. Slocum told the outlet that the tragedy should serve as a wake-up call. "I haven't seen troopers cry in a long time, but I saw that today".

"First responders don't usually shed tears at crash scenes but there were some tears shed today and of course they were warranted because our hearts go out to the families involved, to everyone involved". It was heartbreaking It's still heartbreaking'. Slocum didn't say which school the children attend.

'When we're traveling in the early morning hours and early evening hours we've got to anticipate school buses are going to be out. Motorists are required to stop when a school bus is picking up or dropping off kids, by law. This is the exact reason why.

WXIN reports the children were all from the same family.

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The bus was heading northbound and the truck was heading southbound.

The bus driver has been named as Robert Reid.

The three children who were killed were all related, according to the Indiana State Police.

The Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation, which runs the area where the crash took place, released a statement following the incident.

They died at the scene.

Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation has not yet responded to that.

Counselors were available to students, teachers, and parents at the children's school. "Our family is focused on his recovery at this time and requests privacy as we heal together".

Those tears were felt throughout the community. "We're always complaining about it", he said, pointing to skid marks where another near accident occurred recently.

The great-aunt of the three siblings who were killed, Pamela Pugh, told the South Bend Tribune that she was stunned and shaken by their deaths.

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