A school bus driver in Tennessee is facing multiple charges following a collision that killed five children.
Police in Chattanooga believe speed was a factor when the bus flipped onto its side and wrapped around a tree on Monday.
Two-dozen kindergarten to grade 5 children were also injured in the incident. It took paramedics about two hours to remove the 35 students on board the vehicle.
A CBS report released Tuesday suggests kids on the bus were asked by the driver whether they were ready to die.
24-year old Johnthony Walker has been charged with five counts of vehicular homicide, reckless driving and reckless endangerment.
Counsellors will be at Woodmore Elementary school Tuesday to help students and staff process the tragedy.