Candlelight vigil held in honor of kids killed at bus stop
MENTONE, Ind – Friday evening hundreds gathered at Mentone Youth League park for a candlelight vigil was held in honor of three children killed at a Fulton County bus stop.
Twins Xzavier and Mason Ingle along with their older sister Alivia Stahl were killed on Tuesday morning when 24-year old Alyssa Shepherd drove past a school bus with the stop-arm out killing the three siblings.
“We’ve lost three children, nobody should lose any child especially not three,” Alivia Stahl’s father Michael Stahl said.
Alexus Wright who attended the vigil says she can’t imagine the loss the family is feeling.
“Just to show support for the family that lost their kids, I honestly couldn’t imagine losing a child it’s terrible,” Wright said.
During the candlelit vigil Alivia Stahl’s father says he now thinks about the moments he won’t get to sped with his daughter
“I wont get to watch my baby grow up, I don’t get to watch her sweet sixteen, I don’t get to watch her prom, I don’t get to walk her down the aisle to get married, that’s all gone,” Stahl said.