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Australia Community in mourning after Ulladulla High School student Zoie Bell hit by bus

06:50  02 july  2020
06:50  02 july  2020 Source:   abc.net.au

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A teenage girl has died after she was hit by a bus outside Ulladulla High School this afternoon, just after 3:00pm. Despite the efforts of emergency Police say the girl was a student at the school , however she has not been formally identified. The driver of the bus was transported to hospital for

The girl was hit outside Ulladulla High School , where she is a student , in Ulladulla on the NSW South Coast about 3pm on Wednesday. Paramedics desperately tried to save her but she died at the scene. She is yet to be formally identified. A teenage girl has died after she was run over by a school

a woman smiling for the camera: The community is in mourning for Zoie Bell. (GoFundMe) © Provided by ABC NEWS The community is in mourning for Zoie Bell. (GoFundMe)

The New South Wales high school student who died after being hit by a bus yesterday has been identified as 14-year-old Zoie Bell.

She was struck outside Ulladulla High School school, on the state's South Coast, shortly after 3pm yesterday.

The driver of the bus was transported to hospital for mandatory testing after returning a negative breath test.

Floral tributes were laid along the school fence today, and many locals and well-wishers have been sharing their grief online.

A fundraising page to support "beautiful" Zoie's family has already raised thousands of dollars.

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A teenage girl has died after she was hit by a bus on the NSW south coast this afternoon. Emergency services were called to South Street, Ulladulla The girl, who is a student of the school , died at the scene. She is yet to be formally identified. Officers from south coast Police District attended and

An Auburn High School student was not injured after being hit by a bus .

Shoalhaven Mayor, Amanda Findley said the death was a huge shock to the young people in the community.

"We've gone from drought, to bushfire, to flood and then into COVID," she said.

"Now with the loss of one of their friends, their state of mind is really something we need to be on high alert for."

'Deeply rocked'

NSW Education Department's deputy secretary Murat Dizdar said teams of counsellors would be on hand at the school today.

"It's a school community that is very cohesive and and very supportive of each other," he said.

"I've spoken to the principal, Denise Lofts — Denise and the team are deeply rocked by this tragic event.

"They have the departments full support with counselling available for students and staff today."

Passengers present at time of tragedy

Police have confirmed children were on the bus at the time of the incident, and are appealing for anyone with dashcam footage of the incident to step forward or contact Crime Stoppers.

Acting Superintendent with the South Coast District Police, Ray Stynes said today would be tough.

"I spoke to the principal last night and some of the staff down at the high school," he said.

"They have activated their protocol in relation to the school community.

"Our condolences go to the school community and the family of the child, and likewise with emergency services we are looking after their respective counselling as well."

A report into the incident will be prepared for the coroner.

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