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Eastern Texas Middle student killed in school bus crash – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth



ATHENS, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A high school student in Athens, Texas dies when a school bus collided with a train around 4:30 PM. On Friday, according to the Independent School District in Athens

Athena in the ISA said on his Facebook page: "With great sadness, we affirm that one of our dear high school students lost their lives today when a regional school bus collided with a train Athens. Another student in the bus, a woman in the primary school in Athens, has fallen into the Dallas child. "

The child in the hospital is a 9-year-old girl and is in critical condition but stable at 7:15 pm According to the police in Athens

there are no other students in the bus, the district said.

The district said the bus driver, a 78-year-old man who has been driving for the area for about a year, was rushed into an ambulance hospital and is in a steady state.

"We ask you to join us in the humiliation of our families,"

From a respect for the affected families, Athens ISD

A crash with a school bus in Athens by train – Choper 11 cancel all sports events scheduled for Friday night.

Athens Police and Union Pacific Railroad lead the investigation, Athens reported. Police Chief Buddy Hill said at a press conference Friday evening that there are no intersecting weapons or warning lights at the junction where the bus and the train collided.

A collision with a school bus in Athens (photo from @arriaunaa) Collisi school bus with a train [Photo courtesy of @arriaunaa]

The Friday night at the First Unified Methodist Church in Athens was assembled a prayer vigil

the Amazing Grace and the lamentation fill the room.

The present, a classmate of the boy who died, and a teacher in the community:

"To show him respect and to honor him," says student Eli Smith.

Teacher Juan Moreno "We are all in pain now."

The counselors will be in the schools on Monday.


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