Hardin County Remembers Fatal Bus Crash 25 Years Later

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Updated: 5/14/2013 9:55 pm
      It was 25 years ago that Larry Mahoney drunk-drove into a school bus of 67 children and chaperons on their way back from King's Island to Hardin County.

     Twenty-seven people, 24 of which were children, died in the crash. Others were left seriously injured and scarred.

     On Tuesday a memorial service was held in the North Hardin High School Gymnasium to remember those that lost their lives.

     More than 700 filled the gym and listened to survivors of the crash and member of families of those that died.

    
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