Grand Jury to decide whether to indict driver suspected of causing US 31 school bus crash

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A grand jury will decide whether to indict the driver who prosecutors say crashed into a school bus on U.S. 31 in Marshall County, killing a boy and injuring more than two dozen other students.

The crash happened in December 2018.

The grand jury will convene on Feb. 5, according to 95.3 MNC’s reporting partners at ABC 57.

An Indiana State Police crash report stated the driver, Tylor Perry, was changing clothes just before his truck rear ended the Eastern Pulaski School District bus.

Owen Abbott, 13, was killed. Most of the other injuries were described as minor.

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