• May 17, 2022

Child Killed in School Bus Accident on Hill Street in Cary, IL

Cary, IL -- May 16, 2022, a child was killed as the result of an accident where a school bus struck the child along Hill Street.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 3:39 p.m. along Hill Street at East Cherry Street.

Right now, the cause of the accident remains unclear. Somehow, a school bus struck a child, resulting in the child suffering fatal injuries. It appears no one else was injured in the accident.

No further information about what led to the accident is available at this time.

Commentary on Child Killed in School Bus Accident on Hill Street in Cary

Child Killed School Bus Accident Hill Street east cherry Cary, IL

There isn't much information about what happened here, but surely everyone would agree that a child losing their life warrants every possible step to get answers for the grieving family. As tragic as it is, sometimes a driver simply has no way to avoid hitting someone that crosses their path. Other times, however, a driver pulling up to a sidewalk, driving through a parking lot or driveway, or making a turn at an intersection can hit someone because the driver isn't paying enough attention to their surroundings. Could it be that something like that happened here? Considering many of the unique hoops families have to jump through when accidents involve government vehicles, it'd likely be best to waste no time ensuring professionals handle the details and get to the bottom of what went wrong here and what comes next for those involved.

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