The lady who died after falling below a transferring college bus in Colorado has been recognized.
The Garfield County Coroner’s Workplace confirmed that Annaliese Backner, 11, was the sufferer of the Thursday morning incident.
The coroner’s workplace was referred to as to the positioning of the tragic incident in Parachute, Colorado, round 7.30am on Thursday morning.
The City of Parachute Police Division stated Backner tripped whereas operating to catch her college bus. She then reportedly fell below the wheels of the transferring bus, in accordance with native NBC affiliate KKCO.
Parachute Police and Grand Valley Fireplace responded to the scene, the place Backner was pronounced lifeless.
KKCO reported that the preliminary investigated method of loss of life was an accident.
A contract forensic pathologist is conducting an post-mortem. An official trigger and method of loss of life can be launched as soon as the post-mortem report is finished.
Backner, who glided by Anna, was a sixth grader at Grand Valley Center Faculty.
Her dad and mom requested her picture and id be launched to the general public.
Garfield County Faculty District No. 16 launched an announcement acknowledging Backner’s loss of life.
“Right now is a tragic day for Garfield County Faculty District No. 16- unhappy for our faculties, unhappy for our group and unhappy for our households.
“District 16 has, and can proceed to, present psychological well being and grief assist for college students, workers and group.
“Our major response transferring ahead is to honor the household’s privateness and care for college students and workers throughout this tragic loss.
“That is an ongoing investigation and District 16 is totally cooperating with all companies concerned. We is not going to be releasing extra data right now.”
The investigation was ongoing.
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