Tennessee Bus Driver Faces Charges after 2016 Fatal crash

Prosecutors say a Tennessee school bus driver has been charged in a crash that killed a motorist in 2016.

The Shelby County district attorney’s office said Thursday that 23-year-old April Christopher has been has been indicted on a misdemeanor charge of failure to yield resulting in death.

Authorities say Christopher was driving a Durham School Services bus when she made a left turn at a Memphis intersection in September 2016.

The bus hit a 2006 Cadillac driven by 38-year-old Akisha Boddie. The car hit a utility pole, killing Boddie.

A lawyer listed in court records as her attorney says he does not currently represent Christopher in the criminal case, and The Associated Press could not determine who her lawyer is.

Categories: Crime, Regional News, State News-Tennessee

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