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PITTSBURGH (AP/KDKA) — A school superintendent in Pennsylvania says a school bus driver arrived at a stop to find a fatally injured second-grader, who apparently had been hit by a vehicle while waiting for the bus.
Tyrone Area School District Superintendent Cathy Harlow says in a Facebook posting that the apparent hit-and-run happened before school Thursday morning in Franklin Township in Huntingdon County.
She says the bus driver called 911 and stayed with the 7-year-old boy until first responders arrived.
She says counseling is being provided for students and staff at Tyrone Elementary School.
State police are investigating.
The school district says the boy was a second grader at Tyrone Elementary School.
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