No students on the bus were injured, nor was the driver, officials said. The motorcyclist, whose name was not immediately released, was pronounced dead at the scene. The school bus was on its way to Countryside Elementary School.The State Journal-Register reported in May that Fisher was convicted for driving under the influence in 20 and has been cited 21 times for driving with a suspended or revoked license in Sangamon County.Records show she also had been in and out of prison 11 times on various criminal charges dating back to 1995, including possession of a controlled substance, retail theft, forgery and aggravated fleeing and eluding.She will be required to serve a minimum of 50 percent of her sentence and received credit for 138 days served at the Sangamon County Jail.“I think justice did the best it could,” Clardy’s mother, Cheryl Bolton, said afterward.
"The Corsa was unattended at the time."The Major Collision Enquiry Team is investigating and are appealing for anyone who saw what happened or the events just before to contact them on 101, quoting log 333 of July 1.
A black Peugeot Speedfight moped was travelling along Walmersley Road towards Ramsbottom when it was involved in a collision with a stationary car.
The road was closed while officers carried out their investigation and has since been reopened.
The rider, who lived in Poole, suffered serious injuries and was taken to hospital where he later died.
His next of kin have been informed and the coroner has been notified.