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Eight Year Old Boy Hit & Killed by Bus in Cartersville

As reported by the Atlanta Journal Constitution an eight year old boy was hit and killed at the Cartersville bus barn.

Apparently it appears he rode a bus to the bus barn where he mother works. He allegedly exited the bus and as he was walking around the bus another bus came by and hit him.

It is unclear if he was running, if the bus was traveling to fast for conditions or if there were other distractions which may have contributed to this most unfortunate event.

Both the bus driver and the eight year old mother were taken to the hospital because they were so distraught. The eight year old was pronounced dead at the scene.

Our hearts and prayers go out to both families in this most difficult time.

Ty Wilson is a personal injury attorney in Georgia and is dedicated to helping injured people and their families. Call his office today at 888-689-5224 to order his free book, 10 Secrets of Georgia Car Wreck Claims. This book is intended to give you and/or your loved one a solid foundation regarding Georgia auto accident claims, how to hire an attorney, and how to deal with the insurance company prior to speaking with an attorney.

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