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Update on children hospitalized from Carroll County bus crash

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A view of the bus crash from Air 3. A view of the bus crash from Air 3.

CARROLL COUNTY, KY (WAVE) - Two children, Caroline Tuttle and Ryder Deitz died on the scene of the Carroll County, Kentucky bus crash on the afternoon of October 29 that happened on Boone Road.

Classes in Carroll County were canceled on November 2 for Caroline's funeral.

Several other children were injured in the wreck.

According to Steve Menaugh in Public Relations at Norton Healthcare, another one of the injured children, a 3-year-old boy, was released from Kosair Children's Hospital on November 2.

Menaugh also reported that a 4-year-old girl remains at Kosair but her condition has been upgraded to good condition and she has been transferred out of the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit to the medical/surgical unit.

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