Teen driver dies in 3-vehicle crash involving school bus in Missouri

3 month ago

Willard news, Missouri news.

A juvenile driver was fatally injured in a three-vehicle crash involving a school bus in Missouri Thursday evening.

The victim, 17-year-old Kallista Fisher, was traveling eastbound on State Highway 266 when an SUV pulling out of a Dollar General parking lot went into the path of the school bus traveling westbound.

The bus was forced to cross the center line, colliding head-on into Fisher’s vehicle. The teen died at the scene.

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  • “We are living every parent’s worst nightmare. Losing our daughter far too soon,” Fisher’s family said in a statement.

    “Our hearts shattered into a million pieces. Our family is missing an important person as we head into the holiday season. She was to be 18 years old this Christmas Eve.”

    The two other drivers suffered injuries. Willard School District said that no students were on the bus at the time of the deadly collision.