A 2013 photo shows a memorial at the scene where Maria Fernandez Jimenez, a 14-year-old Garner High School freshman, was fatally struck by a car on March 25, 2013 as she crossed N.C. 50 to get on a school bus. The Wake County school system is paying $150,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by her family.
A 2013 photo shows a memorial at the scene where Maria Fernandez Jimenez, a 14-year-old Garner High School freshman, was fatally struck by a car on March 25, 2013 as she crossed N.C. 50 to get on a school bus. The Wake County school system is paying $150,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by her family. NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
A 2013 photo shows a memorial at the scene where Maria Fernandez Jimenez, a 14-year-old Garner High School freshman, was fatally struck by a car on March 25, 2013 as she crossed N.C. 50 to get on a school bus. The Wake County school system is paying $150,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by her family. NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

Wake County pays $150,000 to family of student killed walking to bus stop

August 20, 2015 05:14 PM

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