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.
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.
Jayce Holt, 6, is riding his bicycle along the road toward an intersection, likely doesn’t realize the bus is turning, and brakes too late. He falls into the intersection and gets hit by the bus.
The 7-year-old student is crossing behind the stopped school bus when a van behind the bus hits him, pinning him against the bus.
U.S. Reps. Jackie Walorski and Julia Brownley’s Stop for School Buses Act would direct the U.S. DOT to review existing laws and programs in all 50 states, recommend best practices, and create a nationwide public safety campaign.
Hudy Muldrow Sr. is charged with two counts of reckless vehicular homicide, 25 counts of assault by auto, and 16 additional counts of assault by auto as a disorderly persons offense for the May 2018 crash.
The 8-year-old girl is sitting on the edge of the roadway when a pickup truck makes a sharp turn, hits her, and then continues driving. She is taken to the hospital where she later dies as a result of her injuries.
The bus driver is departing from a stop sign when she allegedly hits the bicyclist. He is pronounced dead at the scene.
The student from Konawa Public School District 67-1004 dies on the scene from multiple injuries after her school bus is hit head on by an alleged drunk driver.
Senate Bill 2 addresses same-side pickups on state highways; allowing school districts to petition to have speed limits reduced near bus stops; and increased penalties for traffic law violations resulting in death.
A Texas woman is reportedly walking in the road when she is hit by the bus. No one on the bus is injured.
The Indiana driver faces no criminal charges in a collision with a school bus that killed a student. A grand jury says the driver's actions did not fit the legal definition of recklessness.