Kimberleigh Welch is traveling along the highway when another vehicle hits her bus, causing it to overturn. She is taken to the hospital where she succumbs to her injuries. No one else was on board at the time.
The Texas 3-year-old is found unresponsive and not breathing with a seat belt wrapped around his neck. He is transported to the hospital where he later passes away.
Coleen Gaither of North Carolina loses control of the bus and later passes away despite efforts of students and first responders to save her. She had been employed by Davie County Schools since 1977.
William "Chester" Cole of Mississippi dies after reportedly suffering from a heart attack that causes him to lose control of the bus, which veers off the road and into a ditch. Eight students aboard the bus are injured.
Denise Schmidt reportedly suffers a medical event, slumps over the wheel, and the bus accelerates and crashes into a tree. The coach and 22 students on board are not injured.
Nearly 3,000 people sign a petition calling for charges to be dropped against John Stevens of Texas, who was involved in a crash with a train that killed a student, and for the crossing it occurred at to be changed.
C.L. Jones stops and exits his truck on the roadway when a school bus hits him and the vehicle, police say.
After investigating the 2017 fatal school bus fire in Iowa, the National Transportation Safety Board recommends several new school bus safety requirements and calls for fire suppression systems on school buses.
The father, twin sister, and grandfather of Miranda Vargas, who was killed in a New Jersey school bus crash in 2018, meet with members of Congress to gather support for school bus safety legislation.
John Stevens of Texas is arrested and indicted for criminally negligent homicide and injury to a child in connection with a crash with a train in January that killed a student.
A National Transportation Safety Board report states that the fatal 2018 crash that killed the bus driver and injured several passengers was caused by the driver suffering from an unknown medical event.
The National Transportation Safety Board releases information revealing Donald Hendricks had trouble walking and other medical issues leading up to the fire.
The 8-year-old North Carolina student steps into the path of an SUV for an unknown reason and is hit while waiting at her bus stop.