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Brokenhearted Ohio Community Mourns 6 Killed In Fiery Bus Crash Amid Investigation


What was supposed to be a “once-in-a-lifetime event” turned tragic when three high school students, two parent chaperones, and a teacher were killed in a multivehicle crash on Tuesday morning. The community in Ohio is in shock.

According to Derek Varansky, superintendent of Tuscarawas Valley Local School District, it “began as an exciting day” but soon turned into one of the worst days in the district’s history.

The district’s students and chaperones were on a charter bus headed to Columbus for an Ohio School Boards Association conference when a semitrailer, two passenger cars, and the bus were involved in what police called a “chain-reaction crash.” At least three of the vehicles caught fire, resulting in the hospitalization of numerous individuals.

While grieving family members tried to come to terms with their living nightmare, state and federal investigators kept trying to piece together what happened on Wednesday.

Jeffrey D. Worrell, an 18-year-old senior, was one of the deceased. In a phone conversation on Wednesday, his father, George Worrell III, stated that since the family relocated to the area from Florida during his sophomore year, he had played bass drum in the school band.

His son, he said, was a lively, “amazing kid” who was always willing to lend a helping hand. According to his father, Jeffrey Worrell was chosen for the council by the superintendent and served as a mentor at his high school.

He practiced for his leading roles in school plays, participated in the choir, and was on the speech and debate teams when he wasn’t practicing with the band.

According to George Worrell, he was set to appear in a production of “Alice in Wonderland” the following month.

Along with teacher Dave Kennat, 56, parents Kristy Gaynor, 39, and Shannon Wigfield, 45, two other band members, senior John W. Mosley, 18, and sophomore Katelyn Owens, 15, were also slain.

When contacted by phone on Wednesday, Owens’ parents chose not to respond.

According to a Facebook tribute, Wigfield was an English language arts instructor and a longtime employee of the Buckeye Career Center.

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