San Jose State Student On A Scooter Is Killed When A School Bus Collides With It

SAN JOSE, California
On Friday, a school bus carrying students hit and murdered a newcomer football player at San Jose State University riding a scooter near campus, according to university officials.

According to the California Highway Patrol, it had the green light when 18-year-old Camden McWright entered the crosswalk directly outside the San Jose Unified School District bus. They killed McWright at the scene. Which was about two blocks from the university, according to authorities.

There are no injuries, according to the highway patrol. The 14 students, aged 14 to 17, is escorted off the bus. Then onto a second bus. That took them away from the scene. According to the report, the bus driver, 36, pulled over and remained at the scene.  According to investigators, the crash is not a cause of alcohol or drugs.

McWright, a running back, previously played football in Los Angeles, near his hometown of Sylmar, for St. Genevieve High School, according to the Mercury News.

“We tragically lost an amazing young man this morning,” said Brent Brennan, the university’s head coach, in a statement. “Everyone in this community who had the chance to spend time with Camden knew he had a bright future ahead of him.” We are still processing the news of this tragedy, and we appreciate everyone’s support during these trying times.”

The officials at the university are assisting the highway patrol’s investigation and will make counselors available to students and staff.

“We are heartbroken for Camden, his family, friends, teammates, and the Spartan family,” said SJSU President Steve Perez. “We are all grieving together and will provide all necessary assistance Camden’s family, our students, and our football program need to get through this tragic time.”

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