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Tennessee school bus driver says 5 words before killing 6 kids in crash, his sick reason for doing it has been exposed
09/11/2021
09/11/2021

As kids in Chatanooga, Tenessee got on the same yellow school bus to go home that they take each and everyday, they has no idea that some of their peers would never make it open for the Thanksgiving holiday break. The driver crashed the bus into a tree, killing 6 children and injuring 23 others. His family claims it was a mere accident until his last 5 words were revealed.

Johnthony Walker, 24, has been taking children from Woodmore Elementary school for months, much to one mother’s frustration. Jasmine Mateen has three children that has rode with him each day and was scared of him and for good reason. One of Mateen’s children passed away on Monday in the rollover crash, and the fate of the other two still has yet to be determined. However, the driver isn’t the only one to blame — the school district is too — both for deeply disturbing reasons.

As children in Chatanooga, Tenessee boarded the same yellow school bus to go home that they’ve taken all year, they had no clue that some of their classmates wouldn’t make it off the bus for Thanksgiving break. The driver wrapped the ride around a tree, killing six and injuring 23, in what his family claims was an accident until his final five words were found out.

Johnthony Walker, 24, has been transporting children from Woodmore Elementary school for months, much to one mother’s frustration. Jasmine Mateen has three kids that rode with him every day and were terrified of him for good reason. One of Mateen’s children died on Monday in the rollover crash, and the fate of the other two still has yet to be determined. However, the driver isn’t the only one to blame — the school district is too — both for deeply disturbing reasons.

The mourning mother-of-three told NBC News that she has been “calling complaining about this bus driver since August,” after her children shared some troublesome information about the driver. Mateen said that when her sincere concerns went ignored to both the Board of Education and the school, she wrote a letter to document her complaints, which was reportedly read aloud to Walker in front of his young passengers.

Mateen’s children said he constantly slammed on the breaks so they would hit their heads, drove too fast, and was always drinking and swearing at them. However, it’s the five words he said in the end that will haunt the families and school district forever, each for different reasons.

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