• 4 students still recovering at Le Bonheur after fatal bus crash in north Mississippi


    MEMPHIS, Tenn. - New information about the students involved in the deadly bus crash that killed their bus driver Tuesday morning in Benton County.

    A spokesperson with Le Bonheur said four out of the eight children taken to the hospital are still there and listed in fair condition.

    >>ORIGINAL STORY: Students recovering after deadly bus crash in North Mississippi

    Hallie Williams was involved in the crash. Her stepfather said she's out of surgery and still recovering at Le Bonheur.

    Williams is talking a little, but she’s still very tired and resting. She’s also wearing a neck brace.

    Family members said Williams is worried about her friends who are still at Le Bonheur. A parent told us some students have broken legs and another student has a broken rib.

    Williams suffered a broken ankle, a broken leg in two places, and a broken jaw in two places.

    Today, doctors took scans of her ankle to determine if she would undergo another surgery.

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    The family has started a Go Fund Me for Williams. Their goal is to raise $10,000 to help with medical bills.

    >>GoFundMe for Halie Williams

    Chester Cole was the bus driver that died in the crash. The family said he started his route and might have had a heart attack or medical emergency while driving on Highway 72.

    For more information about the crash, click here.

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