Victims killed in school bus, truck accident identified
Two people were killed Tuesday afternoon when truck and a school bus collided, officials said.
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Sean Walker | Posted Sep 1st - 6:46pm
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Pat Reavy | Posted Sep 1st - 5:34pm
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McKenzie Romero | Posted Sep 1st - 5:33pm
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