Child hit and killed by school bus in Georgia
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Child hit and killed by school bus in Georgia

Atlanta : GA : USA | Mar 15, 2011 at 3:51 AM PDT
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Flashing lights and warning signs on a school bus is an indication that school children are around, but what happened yesterday is Georgia is such a tragedy. The 8 year-old had just exited the school bus driven by his aunt, when he was struck and killed by another bus at the bus terminal where his mother work.

The reports say that the child routinely had been dropped off at the terminal after school to meet his mother. Its isn't known whether his mother witnessed this tragedy but the aunt saw the child being struck.

No reports on whether the aunt had warning lights on since they were at the bus terminal.

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Child hit and killed by school bus in Cartersville,Georgia
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