'I woke up when I heard a lot of screaming': Survivors recall fatal bus crash

Ty'Jier Terrell says he woke up to screams and the sight of his fellow youth-football teammates bleeding as their charter bus rolled down an embankment just outside Little Rock Arkansas.
1:32 | 12/04/18

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Terrifying moments for the students and chaperones aboard this battered charter bus now on its side along an Arkansas highway crashing on its way home to Memphis from a youth football tournament. In the early morning hours on Monday. Some of the children on the bus as young as 61 of the students on the bus thirteen year old Dijjer Terrelle sustained an injury to the head and to his left thigh. No local winner like a lot of screaming. And the coaches were trying to keep me about a call. And we hits and I think we have to get out through their immerse a window which was on the roof. A third grader nine year old Cameron Johnson was killed in the crash. Doctors saying 26 of the kids were admitted to Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock. The injuries range really from injuries to the skull and brain. To lots of lacerations. Lots of broken bones. Lots of contingents. Arkansas State Police confirmed the driver is 65 year old you let Jarrett who says she lost control of the bus on I thirty near Benton Arkansas. The bus apparently tumbling down a steep embankment next to a sharp bend on an off ramp. Authorities trying to determine the cause of the accident including the possibility of driver fatigue. Arkansas Children's Hospital says 22 of the 26 children who were admitted to there facility were released by late Monday afternoon. The four children remaining are in stable condition and expected to fully recover from their injuries. Lynda Lopez ABC news New York.

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