Child killed in soccer team bus crash

Child killed in soccer team bus crash

A boy in the third grade was killed and at least 45 other people, majority children, were injured when a bus carrying several youth football teams home from an all-star tournament crashed in Arkansas early Monday, police said.

Little Rock-based Arkansas Children's Hospital, which is approximately 25 miles from the site of the crash, received 25 injured children, all of whom are now listed as stable.

Authorities say the driver of a charter bus that crashed in Arkansas, killing one child and injuring dozens of people, told authorities she lost control of the vehicle, causing it to roll off the interstate. "It started flipping down one hill, over a service road that was down below", Hailey said.

Speaking at a news conference Monday afternoon, Aspire Public Schools superintendent Nickalous Manning did not reveal the boy's name, but said he was "full of life, full of energy". Bobby White, a spokesman for Achievement School District in Memphis, said students from five of the district's schools were on the bus. So to the people of Humboldt, know that we are with you. The bus driver has been questioned by police.

The extent of the other injuries is unknown at this time.

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Saline Memorial Hospital admitted a total 13 adults and children who were injured in the crash, Spokeswoman Rebecca Jones said.

Two patients underwent emergency operations, said Chanda Chacon, the hospital's chief operating officer.

The community was created for and by African-Americans after the Civil War, and black-owned businesses flourished there until desegregation enabled residents to live elsewhere. The hospital said all the patients were in stable condition, though no additional information about the injuries has been released.

"It helps keep kids out of trouble", said Morgan, who also played on traveling football squads in his youth.

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