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    http://www.smh.com.au/national/sydne...0805-e94e.html

    The girl attended the same church I used to in Ingleburn.

    RIP.

    :(

    expecting a child of our own, somehow makes it hit harder.

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    Mm saw it on the news. Very said. But great to see the onlookers not blaming anyone and just saying that it was just a tragic accident. To sad. RIP

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    Very sad.

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    Her parents drove me to the snow the first time i ever went.

    :( :( :(

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    :(
    Do it the snow way!

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    Farty The Snowman
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    Man that is very sad :(

    There is something horribly wrong when parents have to bury their children :( :( :(

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    Davesconnect
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    Yeah way too young! parents must be devastated.

    Also I feel for the lady at the wheel of the bus. Something she will never forget

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    My best mate is a police officer who attended. Straight up tragic accident.
    She was in a hurry and rushed out from in front of her bus without looking, and an oncoming bus hit her.
    Very sad.
    It reminds us that we should drive defensively around school buses, because kids are kids and do impulsive things. Also their peripheral vision is not as good as adults.

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    Originally posted by TVC:
    My best mate is a police officer who attended. Straight up tragic accident.
    She was in a hurry and rushed out from in front of her bus without looking, and an oncoming bus hit her.
    Very sad.
    It reminds us that we should drive defensively around school buses, because kids are kids and do impulsive things. Also their peripheral vision is not as good as adults.
    And reminds us that sometimes it doesn't matter how defensive we are, tragedy can strike without warning.
    :(

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