Seventeen-yr-previous Armando Canales isn’t coming back to class.
“Any time we lose a scholar in such a tragic approach, it has a ripple impact around the entire group and it’s simply heartbreaking,” Dr. Kim Wallace, superintendent of Fremont Unified Faculty District, stated.
Administrators stated Canales was driving with 4 other college students on Highway 17 round 2 a.m. Saturday, when an alleged incorrect-means drunk driver slammed into their automotive head on.
Police say that is the lady who drove head-on into a automotive carrying 5 Washington Excessive students round 2am Saturday. 28-yr-previous Ashley Marie Oliver is dealing with vehicular manslaughter and felony DUI fees @abc7newsbayarea pic.twitter.com/PpBEFxs0RF
— Jobina Fortson (@JobinaFortson) May 13, 2019
Apparently, the students have been on their option to a seashore journey. According ABC7 News media associate, The Mercury News, police identified the driving force as 28-yr-previous Ashley Marie Oliver.
“We’ve discovered that in these conditions, college students really draw power from being together,” Brian Killgore, Fremont Unified Faculty District spokesperson, stated. “So, we expect having them here in school, and speaking to at least one one other might be one of the best factor for them.”
Grief counselors and other assets have been also on campus for college kids Monday. Administrators stated Canales was well-liked and performed football during his freshman yr.
“Good child, good pal,” Killgore stated. “Had been by means of some challenges in his life. He appeared to be on the upswing and everyone appears to be fairly shaken about it.”
Washington High Faculty is utilizing the case as a teachable second as nicely. The scholar physique is learning the tragic impacts of drunk driving first hand.
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