1 child killed, 45 injured in Arkansas bus crash

The driver told police she lost control of the bus near Benton, Arkansas, leading to a crash that killed 9-year-old Kameron Johnson.
1:59 | 12/04/18

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Thank you. To that tragic bus crash in Arkansas that left one child dead and 45 others injured. The driver telling police she lost control on the way home from a youth football tournament. Marcus Moore has the latest. Good morning, Marcus. Reporter: Robin, good morning. Several children were still in the hospital overnight receiving treatment for their injuries and this morning, we are hearing the 911 call that captured the chaos after the crash. A battered and twisted charter bus resting on its side along this Arkansas highway. A bus, a bus just flipped. Reporter: It is a key piece of evidence as investigators try to figure out what went wrong in this horrific crash that injured more than 40 children and their chaperones and killed a third grader. This morning we're learning his name. 9-year-old Kameron Johnson. There's more critical. Reporter: Near Benton, Arkansas. Everybody was screaming, crying and I was scared because everybody was bleeding and I had blood all over my t-shirt. Reporter: Just before 3:00 in the morning. Some of the injured children and adults stuck in the wreckage. We're still working on getting some of the ones trapped out. Reporter: Flooding an area hospital for treatment. Lots of lacerations, broken bones. Reporter: It was carrying members of the youth football team that just played a championship game in Dallas headed home to Memphis when the tragic crash happened. It's an eye opener. It's probably going to hurt the traveling experience for the rest of these kids' lives. They may not want to send their kids on another bus. Reporter: They're considering all factors including whether fatigue played a role in the deadly crash. Government reports show that one of the company's buses was in a crash that involved another vehicle last year and also the company was fined for apparently allowing a driver to operate one of the buses without proper licensing but this morning, a grieving community is desperate to know what went wrong on

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