Silus Hunsinger of Pennsylvania is hit and killed by a pickup truck while crossing the road to his school bus stop.
A semi tractor-trailer reportedly enters the opposite lane of traffic and collides head-on with a school bus in Illinois, killing the driver of the truck and a school volunteer, police said.
A third grade student dies and more than 45 passengers are injured when the driver loses control of the bus, causing it to roll off the roadway.
Jason Johnson of Arkansas attempts to stop the bus from rolling down a hill after the air brake releases, but is killed while trying to get back on board.
Alyssa Shepherd of Indiana allegedly ran a stop arm and hit four students, killing three and seriously injuring another.
Police say 16-year-old Kyle Lynam runs into the road as he tries to catch his school bus, and then is fatally hit by an SUV. The driver of the SUV will not face any charges.
Reports indicate that the truck hit another vehicle, veered into opposing traffic, and collided with the bus. School bus driver Sarah Slovinsky is remembered fondly by a transportation director and others.
Gov. Phil Murphy signs a law that upgrades the requirement for seat belts on new school buses from lap-only belts to lap-shoulder belts. The mandate takes effect in 180 days.
April Christopher faces a misdemeanor charge for a 2016 crash in which she made a left turn and struck an oncoming vehicle, investigators say.
Tony Dane of Virginia is convicted of involuntary manslaughter for crashing into a car, which killed the driver. Video shows he sped past a stopped school bus moments earlier.
Wesley White of Pennsylvania was charged in connection with a crash that killed Deborah Bopp in April 2017. His truck allegedly struck the back of her bus when she slowed down to pick up a student.
The 119-page document includes details on each crash, driver oversight issues, conclusions of the investigations, and the agency’s recommendations.
The president of the Paramus Public Schools Board of Education says that every new bus the district buys will have three-point belts. The board also plans to get estimates on retrofitting its existing fleet with the belts.