• May 16, 2017

Victor Lee Killed, Others Injured in Shelbyville, TX, Bus Accident on FM 139

Shelbyville, TX -- May 15, 2017, Victor Lee was killed and several others were injured following an accident on FM 139 between a school bus and a pickup.

Officials from the Texas Department of Public Safety reported on the fatal incident which they say happened at around 4:00 p.m. at the intersection of FM 139 and County Road 2552.

According to police officials, a Shelbyville ISD school bus was transporting several students along FM 139 when it slowed down to make a right turn onto CR 2552. as it did so, the bus was struck from behind by a 1997 Dodge pickup. This collision caused the bus to run off-road and overturn.

As a result of the accident, 13-year-old Victor Lee passed away due to fatal injuries. Reports say other children were injured, but details on their conditions were not released. The drivers' condition were also no specified.

At this time, police have not reported any charges or citations resulting from the accident. Their investigations continue.

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