Kallista Fisher Death: 17-year-old girl died in the crash

Kallista Fisher Death

Kallista Fisher Death: Kallista Fisher was a 17-year-old Senior at Willard High School, killed after being hit by a school bus head-on. Kallista Fisher died in the crash with two other drivers suffering injuries.

A bus from the Willard School District was involved in a deadly three-vehicle incident that is being looked into by the Missouri Highway Patrol.

Kallista Fisher, 17, was reported dead by the police in the collision, while two other drivers were hurt. Leaders of the Willard School District state that no children were aboard the bus when it crashed. According to the authorities, the collision occurred on State Highway 266 on Thursday night.

The SUV entered the route of the westbound school bus after pulling out of a Dollar General parking lot, according to investigators. The school bus driver was forced to over the center line as a result of the incident, and he or she collided head-on with the adolescent driver of a pickup truck.

At the scene, Fisher was pronounced dead. A utility pole was also struck by the school bus. According to troopers, the collision is still being looked into.

Kallista Fisher was a resident of Willard, Missouri, and a Senior at Willard High School. She was a loving daughter to Vyctorya Bowen.

A GoFundMe page organized by Jamie Nunez for the arrangements to properly put their precious child to rest. Please consider being a blessing to the Fisher family.

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